Editors’ Picks 2017: Magnum Research Desert Eagle Mark XIX .44 Mag.

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posted on April 7, 2017
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Magnum Research, Inc., for the first time ever, will be shipping the 6" barrel Desert Eagle Mark XIX .44 Mag. pistol as a combo package, which includes a matching 6" .50 AE barrel and magazine for quick and easy cartridge conversions. The overall length is 10.75", the slide is 1.25" wide and the height is 6.25" in both chamberings. It takes just 15 seconds to trade out the barrels, then swap the magazines and the pistol is ready to shoot. This black-oxide-finished Desert Eagle has a fixed combat-type sight system and steel frame made in Israel by IWI. magnumresearch.com

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