At the Range: Dual-Wielding Magnum Research Desert Eagles

At the Range: Dual-Wielding Magnum Research Desert Eagles

One of the best parts of our job here at Guns & Ammo is the opportunity to pull the trigger on some of the coolest guns in our wonderful industry. The Desert Eagle certainly takes the cool factor to a new level, especially a titanium gold piece chambered in .50AE.

Magnum Research's Desert Eagle Mark XIX features a titanium gold Bengal tiger stripe pattern, along with a full Picatinny rail and ambidextrous safeties, as is standard in all Desert Eagles. This bad boy retails for a cool $2,264, but it's certainly fun to shoot, as we were quick to discover.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e83s7hNl0Uw

As if that wasn't enough, we also got our hands on the Magnum Research Desert Eagle Mark XIX in .44 Magnum, this one featuring a brand new muzzle brake to help minimize  muzzle rise and recoil.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PB-i2nV6uI


Then things got really crazy. We simply weren't content with being bland and simple, so we got special permission from the range officers to dual-wield these massive handguns, firing one shot from each gun simultaneously. We just had to get a look at the difference.

This might look fun, but we have to strongly emphasize that you DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTwsk1eA2es

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