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Old 10-05-2012, 06:16 PM   #1
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Is there any difference between a baby dessert eagle and a Jericho 941, or is it the same gun? I hear Jericho 941 is an Israeli gun, and BDE is made by magnum research.



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I don't think your allowed to eat any eagles regardless if it is for dessert or the main course. Anyway I have no clue about Desert Eagles sorry can't help ya.



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Yes, the Jericho 941 has gone by 2 other names...Baby Desert Eagle & Uzi Eagle. Magnum Research imported it from IWI and gave it the Baby Eagle name...but they stopped importing it in 2008.

Now, the same gun, just different name, is imported by Kahr arms under its original name.

But regardless of who imported it (3 or 4 different companies all together) they're all made by IWI and originally named the Jericho 941

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Yes, the Jericho 941 has gone by 2 other names...Baby Desert Eagle & Uzi Eagle. Magnum Research imported it from IWI and gave it the Baby Eagle name...but they stopped importing it in 2008.

Now, the same gun, just different name, is imported by Kahr arms under its original name.

But regardless of who imported it (3 or 4 different companies all together) they're all made by IWI and originally named the Jericho 941
Thanks for the info.
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I don't think your allowed to eat any eagles regardless if it is for dessert or the main course. Anyway I have no clue about Desert Eagles sorry can't help ya.
Ur an asssssss!!!!!


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