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The Desert Eagle .50 Caliber Pistol

Posted on 11 October 2011 by David Allred

Custom Desert Eagle .50 Caliber PistolSay hello to my little friend, the Desert Eagle .50 Caliber pistol! The Desert Eagle is manufactured by Magnum Research, Inc and is a mean machine. Although the .50 A.E. is the popular choice when it comes to the Desert Eagle, don’t forget that it can also be chambered in .357 magnum and .44 magnum.

Desert Eagle MagazinesThe Desert Eagle can be customized in several different finishes, from black to brushed chrome. You can also order customized hand grips as well. And depending on your finish of choice, you might as well get matching magazines as well.

For home protection, the simple appearance of the Desert Eagle is enough to intimidate an intruder, not to mention the shear power if one should ever have to pull the trigger. Even if you should miss the perpetrator, at a close range, the flash coming from the end of the barrel would make anyone feel like they’ve been shot.

The Desert Eagle has also been a popular choice in Hollywood, being used in many popular films such as the Matrix Trilogy, Predator and many others.

Desert Eagle in the Matrix

Personally, I don’t own one yet, the key phrase being “yet,” but it’s on my bucket list!

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3 Comments For This Post

  1. Gary McLamb Says:

    This handgun should be renamed to hand cannon. The most exciting weapon I’ve ever fired. You need a big grip to hold this beast but once you fire it, you know you fear nothing. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I do….

  2. Mark Luo Says:

    Just picked one up in 44 the other day and I absolutely loved it. I was surprised because .44s weren’t affected by the ammo shortages recently and could be found everywhere

  3. David Allred Says:

    That’s nice to know. I know 22 bullets were very, very difficult to find, along with reloading powder.

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