Dangerous, Not Endangered: Meet the Cherry Desert Eagle
America’s most iconic semi-auto, now in cherry flavor!
There’s a reason that the Magnum Research Desert Eagle has starred in more action movies than 10 Vin Diesel clones. It’s as American as apple pie, and it looks almost as great on camera as it does down on the X-ring. Make no mistake; this is no prop gun. The Desert Eagle is known for its uprange reliability, downrange thunder … and gorgeous looks. The latest color sweetens the spectrum with a bright Black Cherry finish! Each of these colorful Desert Eagle XIX series pistols begins life as a model DE50BKC, or DE44BKC handgun. This gives the buyer two exciting magnum calibers to choose from, the .50 AE, or classic .44 Magnum.
The pistols are then finished with a metallic Black Cherry Cerakote, that is both beautiful and extremely durable. Joby Georges, MRI Director of Manufacturing & Engineering, commented on the new Desert Eagle color option, saying “the Deagle is known for its flash, and that isn’t just at the muzzle. Fans of the Desert Eagle want a gun that makes a statement, and the Black Cherry finish does just that!”
An icon of the firearms world, the Desert Eagle is the only continually manufactured magnum auto-loader, and the most famous. It remains the premium choice in a semi-automatic handgun for hunting. Each Black Cherry Desert Eagle comes with a six-inch barrel, three dot sights, black grips, picatinny optics rail, and one magazine. Visit www.magnumresearch.com to view the entire Desert Eagle family of magnum autoloaders, in .429 DE, .50 AE, .44 Magnum, and .357 Magnum!
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