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    I have a 2nd gen I believe Desert Eagle for sale. It comes with 1 mag, and a half a box of 44mag. It is in pretty good condition, it has a few small pits on the outside, but the bluing is in really good shape. The sight are dead accurate as well as the gun. I have put up to 5 shots in a row in the same hole at 20 yards more than. I have only shot around 60 shots through the gun. The guy before me shot around 20. $900 Steve 616-862-9619

    In the pictures it looks like it has a big scuff on it at the end of the barrel. It was just plastic shavings from a case it was on.









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    I guess you're not participating in our valiant and continuing Wal-Mart boycott, eh?



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    HankT wrote:
    I guess you're not participating in our valiant and continuing Wal-Mart boycott, eh?
    A bottle of olive oil could last a long time, depending on need. Maybe it's a pre-ban bottle. Wouldn't it be grandfathered, if so?


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    Wait, when did the walmart boycott start?

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    It is Grandfathered in We have had it for a while, But I was not aware of the Walmart boycott why are we not going there. I can't believe thats all you guys get out of my listing. :quirky

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    DanM wrote:
    HankT wrote:
    I guess you're not participating in our valiant and continuing Wal-Mart boycott, eh?
    A bottle of olive oil could last a long time, depending on need. Maybe it's a pre-ban bottle. Wouldn't it be grandfathered, if so?

    Exactly what I thought.

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    How much you want for this fine piece?

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    I think he is asking 900.00 or so over on MGO
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    o yep just found the listing.

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    $900 for a pre-ban bottle of Walmart olive oil??? Geez, no thanks, I'll pass.
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    autosurgeon wrote:
    I think he is asking 900.00 or so over on MGO
    Williams Gun Sight beats that by $5

    028884 USED MAGNUM RES DESERT 63693 EAGLE 44MAGNUM $895.00

    http://www.williamsgunsight.com/guns...edhandguns.htm
    "The principle of self-defense, even involving weapons and bloodshed, has never been condemned, even by Gandhi . . ."--Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

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    "First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win." --M. K. Gandhi

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    Sorry I forgot the price. It is $900, but I will give an MOC discount so that would make it $895. Remember it also comes with ammo. Also need the cash for something or I wouldn't be selling it.

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    How much does this thing weigh?

    I want to shoot a round or two out of this piece of metal.

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    wally1120 wrote:
    How much does this thing weigh?

    I want to shoot a round or two out of this piece of metal.
    62.4 oz or 3.9 pounds. Sounds like a lot but it feels right in your hands.

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    "Ultimate OC weapon"?

    Kind of a relative statement.

    It kind ofdepends on whether or not you're carrying for actual self defense, or carryingso you canlook cool and put on a show, doesn't it?

    Lemme guess......

    ......I'm about to be flamed by DE fanboys who will now laud the wonderful ergonomics and practicality of DE's for self defense. (Don't forget the obligatory references to Israeli Special Forces)


    62.4 oz
    WOW! I can carry matching chrome plated 1911's and both look much cooler, and weigh less!

    (Not to knock the DE or the OP for selling it. I'd like to have one and believe they are great guns. I'm just looking a little askance at the mention of "Ultimate OC Weapon" and the reasoning one would consider one of these so "Ultimate".

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    Superlite27 wrote:
    "Ultimate OC weapon"?

    Kind of a relative statement.

    It kind ofdepends on whether or not you're carrying for actual self defense, or carryingso you canlook cool and put on a show, doesn't it?

    Lemme guess......

    ......I'm about to be flamed by DE fanboys who will now laud the wonderful ergonomics and practicality of DE's for self defense. (Don't forget the obligatory references to Israeli Special Forces)

    Well I said it because there is nearly no way to CC it and everyone will notice to bring more awareness to the cause.

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    Man I'd like to shoot one of these. Imagine a pumpkin on the other end of this. Talk about OC in style lol!

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    Well I said it because there is nearly no way to CC it and everyone will notice to bring more awareness to the cause
    This I can accept.

    People will DEFINATELY notice it!


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    If you dont notice this thing then you are blind,I would notice it even if I wasen`t looking your direction. And a .44 MAG for self defense is a little OVERKILL in many ways Price,Recoil,and Penetration. If you carry a 44 around then you are serious about life. Just puts the rest of us to shame toteing wimpy 45`s around.

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    Is that a midget holding that thing in the picture above?

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    No sorry that is my size Xlarge hand holding it.

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    Is that a midget holding that thing in the picture above?

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    wally1120 wrote:
    If you dont notice this thing then you are blind,I would notice it even if I wasen`t looking your direction. And a .44 MAG for self defense is a little OVERKILL in many ways Price,Recoil,and Penetration. If you carry a 44 around then you are serious about life. Just puts the rest of us to shame toteing wimpy 45`s around.
    Overkill for SD is good in BEAR COUNTRY!!!!
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    I'd love to own one!

    Even in .44. .50AE is soo overpriced to shoot, and uncontrollable too. The high weight, combined with the fact that it's gas operated, means the recoil of the .44 is significantly less than that of a revolver.

    Still packs 1200 lbs of energy though. More than enough to almost guarantee a one shot stop. Almost.

    It'd be fun for deer hunting too!

    Unfortunately, I just finished my AR15, so I'm pretty broke. Good luck with your sale!



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    if I had the cash, I'd buy the DE from you in a heartbeat, I too was forced to sell my DE due to financial need a little less than 1 year ago.
    I had the same model, but mine was chambered in .41 mag, and I had the 10" barrel too.

    A .41/.44 DE has recoil that is very managable, the heft of the gun negates most of it's nastiness. the weight of the gun alone will take care of any limp-wristing.

    Would you trade? I'll trade you my .40 S&W Springfield XDm in OD-green/black, (only 50 rounds fired through it) and 200 rounds of .40 ammo. And i'llthrow in a 1997 Polaris 600 XC snowmobile.

    Those Desert Eagles are a great gun to shoot, they are too large to conceal effectively without wearing an ankle length duster.



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    Sorry really need the money to get a car I'm looking at. Thanks though.

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