Magnum Research continues its legacy line of pistols with the recent announcement of the return of the Baby Eagle. Following the Desert Eagle and Jericho pistols, the Baby Eagle III includes both steel and polymer frame guns.
Magnum Research Baby Eagle III
The double-stack Baby Eagle III comes in several versions. Steel-frame guns come chambered in 9mm and .45 ACP. Meanwhile, polymer-framed guns chamber 9mm and .40 S&W. Both versions include full and semi-compact variants.
The Baby Eagle “continues to be in high demand, and is very popular with fans,” said Joby Goerges, Director of Manufacturing and Engineering at Magnum Research. “It is well known from appearances in popular movies, television shows, and video games. This gives the Baby Eagle a huge fan base, and in particular feeds big demand amongst younger shooters.”
The Baby Eagle III features a full length dust cover. Meanwhile, the steel frame offers weight to help keep steady and mitigate felt recoil. MSRPs start at $646.
Marking the 30th year of the Baby Eagle, Magnum Research redesigned the popular platform. The new series proves sleeker, with modern styling. However, according to Magnum Research, it retains the reliability of previous models.
With steel- and polymer-frame variants, there’s a lot to like at first look at these new Baby Eagle pistols. Whether for range work or carry, there seems to be a variant to fit most any need. For more information, visit magnumresearch.com.
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