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    Baby Eagle .45

    i was looking for a reasonably priced .45 and came across the baby eagle .45. i as just wondering if anybody here has experience with this gun. any and all comments appreciated.

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    I have no experience with them. I do know there are several people on here that have them and I believe they are all pleased.
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    Exclamation The Baby Eagle is a great gun in any caliber

    The baby eagle is based on the CZ75. The CZ75 is one of two hand guns Col Cooper would allow to be in the same room as him.

    The Baby Eagle Variant is made in Israel by people who understand what combat handguns and killing badguys are all about. I have shot the 9mm, 40 S&W, and 45ACP. I personally own the .40S&W Baby Eagle due to the compromise of speed power and capacity.

    The Baby eagle was originally called the Jericho 941. It was offered in 9mm and .41AE. As far as durability is concerned you can run over it with a truck and still function the weapon.

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    thanks for the quick responses. i put it on lay-a-way last night after work, ill be bringing her home next week. it was between the baby eagle and the cz97 but i liked the overall look and ergonomics of the beagle better.

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    anyone else ever shot one of these.

  7. My better half has a 9mm semi-compact steel frame and loves it. Great accuracy, easy to take down and clean, looks like a serious weapon, total reliability.
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    Please join the desert eagle owners support group

    Quote Originally Posted by ji long View Post
    thanks for the quick responses. i put it on lay-a-way last night after work, ill be bringing her home next week. it was between the baby eagle and the cz97 but i liked the overall look and ergonomics of the beagle better.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by ji long View Post
    anyone else ever shot one of these.
    Hey JL. I myself have a .45 Desert Eagle, here's the things I have learned about the gun so far. I Have only had it for a couple of months and only put around 500 rounds through it. I will tell you this, I have read of some people not having a single problem of them and some people having feed problems. Myself, I have experienced that. Word of advice if this happens to you, do not give up on it and let it get broke in. I have seen significant improvements the more that I have shot it, plus whereas I have read about some people not having problems from some ammo such as Fiocchi, my gun does not feed it that well and seems to favor Winchester. I have put about 5 or 6 types of ammo through it now and have the best results from this so if you encounter any problems, try different kinds of ammo out, what works for one may not work for another. Hopefully you have had no problems with it and I wish you pure enjoyment. Despite the minute problems I have encountered so far, I love the gun, it's a pleasure to shoot and I find it to be very comfortable to shoot even though I am a female with small hands and it's very accurate and I can pretty much make a safe bet that I can come back here after putting another 500 rounds through it and say all is well, no problems. I really can't knock the gun. One last thing, it's a little difficult to find accesories for this gun. You really can't find them in your local gun stores and I've noticed the .45 is especially difficult to find accesories for. From my understanding that is due to the low quantity of the .45's that were produced, but you can find stuff you need online like mag loaders and extra magazines and they are reasonably priced.

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    i picked up my baby eagle .45 last week. i have not had a chance to shoot it yet (i should be going to the range this weekend) but it is actually more comfortable to carry than my walther p99, the walther weighs about half as much but the baby eagle is thinner and i like the weight of steel guns.

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    patty5377 i had heard of some people having feeding problems as well but like you said some people claim to have fired over 5000 rounds with no problem. from what i have read if the gun is not chambering ronds all the way it seems that new wolff recoil springs have fixed that problem. if the gun is not ejecting cartridges then the extractor still has grease on it from shipping or it needed to be filed down which magnum research should fix for free if it is still in warranty. though i ahve not fired it yet i have cycled a full mag of remington golden sabers(Hollow Points) and some remington ball ammo with no problems at all, the rounds chambered and ejected perfectly everytime i only hope it works this well when i am actually firing the rounds.

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