Casehardened Desert Eagle from Magnum Research

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posted on August 22, 2017
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Magnum Research Inc. has expanded its Desert Eagle series to include a model with a classic casehardened finish, offered in .44 Mag., .50 AE and .357 Mag. These Mark XIX series, DE44CH, DE50CH and DE357CH models, feature a 6" barrel, an overall length of 10.75", and a height of 6.25". The gas-operated, rotating bolt semi-automatic pistols are manufactured in the U.S. and offer a high-quality carbon steel barrel, frame and slide. All Desert Eagles feature a full Weaver-style accessory rail on the barrel and standard ambidextrous safety. The casehardened finish is protected with a clear coat and adds a new spin to the classic look of these Desert Eagles. The models ship with a set of rubber grips, designed for vigorous range shooting, as well as a set of wood grips with a laser engraved Magnum Research logo, for more casual shooting. MSRP on all three is $2,278 each.

To see the complete line of Magnum Research products, please visit magnumresearch.com.

Additional Reading:
Editors’ Picks 2017: Magnum Research Desert Eagle Mark XIX .44 Mag
Nine Things You Didn't Know About the Magnum Research Desert Eagle

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