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  • Desert Eagle Pistol Charm

    This Desert Eagle charm is crafted in 14 karat yellow gold, the charm has a polished finish and all the details of a real .50 cal. Desert Eagle. Charm features a lobster claw clasp to attach to any charm bracelet or necklace. Approximate weight 5 grams.


    $249.99

  • "Grim Reaper" Kit,.44/.50AE

    This stunning package includes all of are "Grim Reaper" custom accessories. Package consists of one set of black anodized grips, Buck knife and one of each engraved base plate design. Item's can also be ordered separatley.






    $299.99

  • Pro-Shot Cleaning Rod Kit w/ Logo

    "Special Ops Series" Tactical Cleaning Rod Kit with Magnum Research logo.

    TACTICAL POUCH, 4 QTY. ROD SECTIONS WITH A 26" COMBINED WORKING LENGTH, RED SWIVEL ALUMINUM HANDLE DOUBLE END NYLON UTILITY BRUSH 7 QTY. BORE BRUSHES, .22-.50CAL PATCH HOLDER, 1 STEP NEEDLE OILER, 3 SIZES OF CLEANING PATCHES, PRO GOLD LUBRICANT, AND SILICONE CLOTH.




    $62.00

  • BE Scabbard Belt Holster,(steel frame)

    Custom molded by hand from heavy, top grain Genuine Italian Leather with beautiful stitching and first class craftsmanship.

    STYLE:  Belt Scabbard Style, outside the waistband hip holster, requires belt. Right hand, brown only.

    FEATURES:

    • Open top design with for fast draw on the strong side
    • Positioned with slight forward cant
    • Suitable for competition shooting, IDPA compliant
    • Double layer leather reinforced top (no metal inside) helps keep it open to make it easy to reholster
    • Covers the trigger and the barrel completely
    • Low profile appearance
    • Two belt slots: one on the back and one on the side for stability
    • Belt slots accommodate belts up to 1 5/8" wide and 3/8" thick
    • Hand-molded to the shape of the gun
    • Flat back for comfort
    • Fits steel frame Baby Eagle

    $59.99

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  • Magnum Research Ultra-Compact Desert Eagle 1911U Review

    AmmoLand.com Blog, June 18, 2014 | By Bob Shell

    The 1911 45 ACP is one of the best known and best handguns for a reason. They work.

    The 1911 has been around for over 100 years and has a great track record. I just received a Magnum Research model 1911 U with a 3” barrel and was excited to see how it will stack up against the 5” barrel model in accuracy and velocity.
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  • .44 Magnum Desert Eagle

    The Desert Eagle .50 Action Express is the most powerful semi-auto around. And now it's bigger.

    Guns Combat, Winter/Spring 2014 Special Edition | By Will Dabbs | Page 58 ~ 61

    Despite the fact most of us would dismiss People magazine as the fodder of weak minds, truth be known we are all influenced by exogenous cultural forces. Want proof? H&K sold thousands of MP-5 submachine guns worldwide after the televised storming of the Iranian Embassy in London by SAS troops armed with these weapons in 1980. It seems us grizzled armed professionals are not so different from your typical teenage girl.
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  • Beauty and the Beast

    BIG-NOSE DEAGLE MEETS ROSIE

    American Handgunner, March/April 2014 Digital Edition | By John Connor | Page 64 ~ 69 and 112 ~ 117

    Two questions, okay? First, who was it at Magnum Research who stood gazin' at a “standard” Desert Eagle .50AE, this massive crew-served hand-howitzer, scratchin' his head an' rubbin' his chin and then muttered, “Ya know, this thing just needs to be a little bigger and heavier”? Huh? Who? And if it's the same person who decided the “bigger and heavier” part should consist of an integral muzzle brake/compensator that looks like it belongs on the main gun of a Turin-designed Italian battle tank, I’d like to tell 'em “Bravissimo! You got it right!”
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  • 1911 SHOOTOUT

    We ordered in seven basic, full-size, affordable 1911s and put them through a head-to-head shootout to find out which ones are the best buys. Here’s how they rate.

    Shooting Times, February 2014 | By By Paul Scarlata | Page 27 ~ 34

    I have been involved in the shooting sports for longer than I care to admit. In that time I have come to two ironclad conclusions about American shooters: No. 1. They love 1911 pistols. No. 2 They crave a good deal. Now, this may come as a shock to some of our younger readers, but when I bought my first 1911 I had a choice of buying a Colt or … buying a Colt. At that time Colt was the only manufacturer (other than some foreign military arsenals) making 1911 pistols.
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  • FEARSOME .50

    The Desert Eagle .50 Action Express is the most powerful semi-auto around. And now it's bigger.

    Handguns, December 2013 / January 2014 | By Joseph Von Benedikt

    Being rather a practical sort, my reaction to the big .50 AE Desert Eagle semi-auto handgun has always been “Why?” It's too heavy to carry comfortably, it's too big to even pretend to conceal it, and it's much too powerful for the average shooter to fire comfortably. Shooting one rapid-fire is impossible, no matter what Hollywood portrays. Not to mention the fact that .50 AE ammo is expensive—if you can find it. ...
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