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Old 01-10-2012, 10:48 PM   #1
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Got my gun about 2 months ago and never showed it off. figured it was time to.

MR Baby Desert Eagle 4.52' barrel, Steel frame, 9mm.













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Old 01-10-2012, 10:54 PM   #2
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That holster isn't the one i wanted but so far its the only thing i can find that fits. It was made for a G22. Tight fit at first but i broke it in. still alot of retention though. i really want a hard plastic one with the saftey button.
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Shes a beut!
Something about steel frames (or aluminum for that matter) that I miss. Must be the pistol whipping potential... or PWP. Hey I just created a new term for handgun reviews. look at that
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lol i like PWP. cleaver/ ya that poly frame felt weird in my hand. it was too light for me. i am a bigger guy though so...
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I think PWP is a great new term! After all, if you run out of ammo, what do you have?
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VERY nice!
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Looks like a beautiful handgun based on the Browning classic design.

It gives you double or single action on the trigger, and an exposed hammer which you can half-cock.

The only thing I would want that I do not see on it is an adjustible rear sight.

I had never heard of MRI before, but it looks good.
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I think PWP is a great new term! After all, if you run out of ammo, what do you have?
I actually prefer to pistol-whip before I use up any ammo.
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it is based off the CZ75. its basically its clone. Magnum research makes the desert eagles
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yeah there are lot of cz clones but they arent a solid chunk of steel. I bet thats got some good shot to shot accuracy. Hey do other cz mags work with it?
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