Magnum Research Introduces Black Tiger Stripe Desert Eagles

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posted on April 20, 2016
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Kahr Firearms Group has created another custom finish with its new Black Tiger Stripe Desert Eagle, available in both .50 AE and .44 Mag.

“To address those fans who want something ‘flashier’—something that complements their personality—we have introduced our handguns in multiple colors, polished gold or chrome and even animal prints,” said Vice President of Sales and Marketing Frank Harris. The finish was first announced at the 2016 SHOT Show.

Features include a seven-round capacity in .50 AE and eight-round capacity in .44 Mag. Both guns measure 10.75" long with a 6" barrel. Slide width is 1.25", height 6.25" and the weight with an empty magazine is approximately 4 lbs. 5.8 oz. in .50 AE, and 4 lbs. 6.6 oz. in the .44 Mag. It has a trigger reach of 2.75" and a sight radius of 8.5" with the 6" barrel. The construction of the Desert Eagle utilizes the latest CNC machine technology, providing exacting specifications with tight tolerances necessary for a precision firearm. The grip is anatomically formed and provides an ideal hand seating angle for two-handed shooting, allowing for comfortable, rapid and accurate firing. Additionally, the Weaver-style accessory rail easily allows for aftermarket optics and scope rings.

MSRP on the .50-cal. Desert Eagle is $1922; $1895 for the .44-mag. version. For more, please visit magnumresearch.com

For more on Desert Eagle pistols, please enjoy the following articles:

Nine Things You Didn't Know About the Magnum Research Desert Eagle 

Review: The Magnum Research Stainless Desert Eagle 

Magnum Research Lightweight Desert Eagle 

Magnum Research Desert Eagle 1911u 

Magnum Research Mark XIX Desert Eagle 10-inch .44 Mag. 

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