Greeley, PA – A year has passed since Magnum Research first introduced the .50 AE Mark XIX pistol in stainless steel. Now, the company is proud to announce the much anticipated introduction of the stainless steel Desert Eagle in .357 and .44 Magnum.
Both the Mark XIX Desert Eagle .357 and .44 Magnum are offered in an all stainless steel construction of the frame, slide, barrel and rail, and is accented with attractive black appointments. Both models have a 6” barrel and have an integral muzzle brake which will replace the add-on brake which Magnum Research offered for a number of years. With the new integral muzzle brake, it offers significant recoil reduction, less muzzle flip and an attractive streamlined appearance. In addition, because the overall length remains the same as the standard 6” barrel model, the same holsters will fit these models. The .357 and .44 Magnum also features a new picatinny bottom rail for accessories.
“When we introduced the first stainless steel Desert Eagle Mark XIX in .50 AE last year, the demand was overwhelming and it was difficult to keep up with that demand” says Frank Harris, VP of Sales and Marketing. “Unquestionably, the Desert Eagle Mark XIX series is the most popular handgun that Magnum Research manufacturers, and now, in stainless steel, the .357 and .44 Magnum, as well as the .50 AE, look more commanding than ever before. This has been our most successful introduction to date.”
The stainless steel models are 100% made in the USA and will be ready for shipping sometime during first quarter of 2016.
The new all stainless steel DE44SRMB and the DE357SRMB both list for $1,931.