A. The firearm itself, two magazines, warranty card and owner’s manual. The extra slot can be used for spare magazine or cleaning items.
A. One-year parts and labor.
A. Sorry, the Baby Eagle pistols in 9mm, .40S&W and .45ACP can not be converted between calibers due to the fact that each slide diameter is a different size. Yes, in the early 1990’s there was a conversion kit for the 9mm to .41AE; this has not been available since the mid-90’s.
A. Any commercial factory ammunition in full-metal jacket or semi-jacketed (ex. American Eagle, Winchester, Remington, FMC, Hornady, UMC). We do not recommend the use of these ammunitions: Wolf (lacquered steel cases, poor QC) and Sellier & Bellot (very “dirty” ammunition).
A. No, the pistol is not designed for this type of ammunition.
A. I am sorry we do not offer any reloading information since we do not recommend reloading in any of our products. Any use of reloads (problems caused by them) will void the warranty on any MRI product. However, if you are going to reload we suggest you strictly follow all safe reloading information in a good up to date reloading manual.
A. Uncle Mikes does carry several styles of cordura holsters (size #15 or #16 for the BABY Eagle pistols) and magazine pouches; visit their web site at www.uncle-mikes.com). We do carry a few of these Uncle Mikes Cordura holsters and magazine pouch for all the Baby Eagle pistols.
Uncle Mike’s does carry the Uncle Mike’s Pro-3 Triple *Retention duty holster, part #9525-1, size #23.
*For concealment holsters, visit Galco Gunleather’s website at www.usgalco.com and see their product numbers YAQUI and JAKSLIDE.
Kramer Leather will custom make leather holsters (they do stock some for the Baby Eagle pistols), you can visit their web site at www.kramerleather.com or contact them at 1-253-564-6652 (or 1-888-KRAMER-1).
Sunrise Leather has informed us that they make custom holsters for the Baby Eagle pistols, you can visit their website at www.sunriseleather.com or contact them at 1-877-223-0431.
A. Yes, Laser Devices does make a frame-mounted laser. Please contact them directly at 1-800-235-2162 or www.laserdevices.com.
A. A company called ADCO makes a magazine loader product called the “superthumb”, contact them directly at 1-781-935-1799.
A. It depends on the price you are willing to pay, on the low dollar end it would be the Brushed Chrome and on the high dollar end it would be the Titanium. Please do note that any finish can rust including stainless steel, but with proper periodic maintenance and cleaning after each use you should not have any problems.