Earlier this year, Magnum Research released its Desert Eagle Mark XIX in Cheetah, Kryptek Highlander and Snakeskin Desert.

Since the limited release proved successful, Magnum Research is finishing its animal print series with the introduction of the Kryptek Typhon and the Zebra.

The last two new designs, the Kryptek Typhon and the Zebra patterns, utilize a water transfer method. It has been extensively tested for durability and has proven to be very tough; even cleaning solvents and acetone will not soften or damage the finish.

Both are available in either .50 AE or .44 Mag.

The Desert Eagle .50 AE is a gas-operated, semi-automatic pistol with a seven-round capacity in .50 AE and eight-round capacity in .44 Magnum. Both guns measure 10.75 inches in length with a 6-inch barrel. Slide width is 1.25 inches, height 6.25 inches and the weight with an empty magazine is approximately 4 pounds, 5.8 ounces in .50 AE, and 4 pounds, 6.6 ounces in the .44 Mag.

The Desert Eagle Mark XIX has a trigger reach of 2.75 inches and a sight radius of 8.5 inches with the 6-inch barrel.

The construction of the Desert Eagle utilizes the latest CNC machine technology providing exacting specifications with tight tolerances creating a work of art in a precision firearm. The grip is anatomically formed and provides an ideal hand seating angle for two-handed shooting allowing for comfortable, rapid and accurate firing. The Weaver style accessory rail easily allows for aftermarket optics and scope rings.

The limited edition Kryptek Typhon and Zebra print Desert Eagles are only available while supplies last. The MSRP on either of the new patterns for the Desert Eagle is $1,793 for the .50 AE or the .44 Magnum.

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