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This 44 Remington Magnum Mark XIX Desert Eagle features a 6" carbon steel barrel, a case hardened finish, and has a 8-round magazine capacity.
Since 1985, Magnum Research (MRI) has diligently worked to continually introduce new products to their iconic pop-culture Desert Eagle series as well as their Baby Desert Eagle, BFR revolvers and MLR rifles product lines. Now, once again, MRI is expanding their Desert Eagle series to also include the Desert Eagle with a classic case hardened finish in .44 Magnum, .50 AE and .357 Magnum
This Mark XIX series, DE44CH, features a 6-inch barrel, an overall length of 10.75 inches, and a height of 6.25 inches. These gas-operated, rotating bolt semi-automatic pistols are manufactured in the US and offer a high-quality carbon steel barrel, frame and slide. All Desert Eagles feature a full Weaver style accessory rail on the barrel and standard ambidextrous safety. The case hardened finish is protected with a clear coat and adds a new spin to the classic look of these Desert Eagles. The models ship with both rubber grips, designed for more vigorous range shooting, and for casual shooting, it also comes with wood grips with a laser engraved Magnum Research logo.
Series Mark XIX
Weight 70.4 oz
Caliber 44 remington magnum
Barrel Type Carbon Steel
Sight Style Fixed
Weight Range 64.00 oz to 79.99 oz
Barrel Length 6"
Frame Material Carbon Steel
Slide Description Case Hardened Carbon Steel
Barrel Length Range 6.00" to 6.99"
Sight Configuration Combat Fixed
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