What is so epic about this video? Well, all the guns being shot in it are Desert Eagels! Duh…
DAN “THEFIREARMGUY” ABRAHAM headed to the range with .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum and .50 AE. If these calibers were being made any other manufacturer, they should leave a nice bruising on your hand.
Shooting a .357 in a lightweight revolver will certainly hurt.
Dan shows the efficiency of these guns and the ease in using them… and he isn’t shooting light grain cartridges either.
Here is what he had to say: Desert Eagles are incredible handguns that millions of Americans treasure in their firearm collections and truly enjoy shooting at the range. The feeling of shooting the most powerful semi-auto handguns on earth is amazing. I happen to own a Desert Eagle in each of the three calibers offered, and I honestly cannot pick a favorite.
People joke all the time about carrying Desert Eagle for protection. A full-sized Desert Eagle will make your standard 1911 handgun look and feel like a derringer. Some people have referred to it as a “Bear Country” gun, to assume the only true means to carry such a massive piece would be for protection against wild animals.
Sure, they are great for showing off to friends, drawing attention at the range and maximizing your gun collection; but what else would draw a firearm enthusiast to own the largest semi-auto pistol available in today’s market?
In the video below, I demonstrate how simple it is to handle a Desert Eagle in .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum and .50 Action Express.
You will also notice how accurate it is with the six-inch barrel, as well as the newer and lighter Desert Eagle L5 with an aluminum frame and five-inch barrel.
Take a look at the video and let us know your thoughts on the Magnum Research Desert Eagle models.
So what do you think?
These Desert Eagles certainly make it look like these calibers are a piece of cake to shoot. Maybe its time to add one, or another one, to your collection?
If you need more of a reason why to buy one, we can’t help you there. This should be enough.