Magnum Research has announced two new models of its stainless-steel Desert Eagle, these chambered in .357 Magnum and .44 Magnum. The company, based in Greeley, Pennsylvania, introduced the stainless-steel Mark XIX in .50 AE about a year ago.
“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,” said Frank Harris, VP of sales and marketing.
The new Mark XIX Desert Eagle .357 Magnum (DE357SRMB) and .44 Magnum (DE44SRMB) have all-stainless-steel frames, slides, barrels, and rails accented with attractive black appointments. Both models have 6-inch barrels and integral muzzle brakes, which will replace the add-on brakes Magnum Research previously offered. Both list for $1,931 and are scheduled to ship during first quarter of 2016.
Handily, the integral muzzle brake makes the new models the same overall length as the company’s standard 6-inch-barrel handgun, so the same holsters will fit the new models. The DE357SRMB and DE44SRMB also feature new Picatinny bottom rails for accessories.
Harris said, “Unquestionably, the Desert Eagle Mark XIX series is the most popular handgun that Magnum Research manufactures, and now, in stainless steel, the .357 and .44 Magnum, as well as the .50 AE, look more commanding than ever before.”
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I would love to on a desert eagle would be one of the best guns I could own
I would like to have the desert eagle in a 357 mag