Magnum Research Releases 10"-Barrel Desert Eagle

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posted on January 4, 2013
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The Desert Eagle Mark XIX .50AE pistol has been re-released, but this time with a 10" barrel. The DE5010 is a .50AE gas-operated, rotating bolt semi-auto pistol. Made with high-quality carbon steel in the barrel, frame and slide, the DE5010 also features a full Picatinny rail system on the barrel. Other features include combat-style sights and a black oxide finish. It is also offered in a .44 Mag. model.

The overall length of the pistol is 14.75", and the bore diameter is .495" for the .50AE, .429 for .44 Mag., height is 6.25" and the slide width is 1.25". The total weight with an empty magazine is 4 lbs. 12 oz. Magazine capacity is 7 rounds for the .50AE and 8 rounds for the .44 Mag.

MSRP: DE5010 $1,683; DE4410 $1,650

For more about the DE5010 go to MagnumResearch.com.

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