The popular Desert Eagle from Magnum Research has acquired a huge variety of new models in recent years. Aside from the classic black design, MRI developed a whole stack of characteristic and appealing surface designs. There are models in brushed chrome, tiger stripe and titanium nitrate, in addition to variants with a modern Cerakote coating.
New from the Custom Shop at Magnum Research is the Desert Eagle pistol in model XIX with the case hardened finish.
Features of the Desert Eagle Case Hardened Pistol
Waffen Ferkinghoff is an authorized general importer of Magnum Research and is offering the Desert Eagle in the calibers .357 Mag., .44 Mag. and .50 AE. It’s the surface that makes this firearm special: completely shiny and case-hardened. Together, the gold-plated trigger blade and the walnut grip panel transform the Desert Eagle into a refined, high-quality work of art. The walnut grips are also emblazoned with an engraved Eagle logo.
Like all others in the Desert Eagle Mark XIX series, the Case Hardened has a Weaver rail to mount suitable optics. The 6-inch polygonal barrel is made of carbon steel. The pistol comes with an additional rubber grip from Hogue.
Waffen Ferkinghoff is now offering the Magnum Research Desert Eagle Case Hardened from 2,822 euro. Direct link to the offer: Desert Eagle CH.
Desert Eagle Case Hardened Pistol: technical data
|Model:||Desert Eagle Mark XIX Case Hardened|
|Caliber:||.375 Mag. / .44 Mag. / .50 A.E.|
|9 / 8 / 7 rounds|
|6 inches / 152 mm|
Carbon steel; grip made of walnut wood
|Single Action, c. 1,800 g trigger pull|
approx. 2,050 g
from 2,822 euro