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Magnum Research Desert Eagle 1911 Undercover
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Magnum Research Desert Eagle 1911 Undercover—A Tiny But Mighty Pistol

by Justin Opinion on April 6, 2014
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The 1911 U is a stunning blend of aluminum, steel, wood and nickel.

The 1911 U is a stunning blend of aluminum, steel, wood and nickel.

By Justin Opinion
Magnum Research
http://www.magnumresearch.com/

Say “Magnum Research” to a gun enthusiast, and you’ve just conjured up the image of the .50 caliber handgun that has become almost folklore. But the truth is that Magnum Research has been diversifying its offerings for some time, and now that continues with the ownership and backing of Kahr Arms. In 2014, the product line expands with a new 1911 offering called the 1911U, or Undercover. This small 3” 1911 is clearly intended for the personal protection and concealed carry markets. http://www.gunsamerica.com/blog/magnum-r...ty-pistol/
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Sucks that that specific gun was having reliability issues.
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spblademaker;140186 Wrote:Sucks that that specific gun was having reliability issues.
Was having or is still having? This is the first I heard of this particular pistol.
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The pistol he was shooting was having extraction issues.
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spblademaker;140191 Wrote:The pistol he was shooting was having extraction issues.
I wonder if that is a common issue with that line?
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I'll refrain from any comments about it being a 1911. Angel
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das;140193 Wrote:I wonder if that is a common issue with that line?

I think it's a common issue with compact 1911's in general.
Google "Compact 1911 problems"
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Didn't read the article.
What bullet weights were used?

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For what it's worth, I have the DE 1911 C and it is one hell of a gun! Fit and finish are superb. These pistols come from the factory very tight so it wouldn't surprise me if there are some "new 1911“ problems. Put the customary 500/800 rounds through it and report back. I'll bet it functions perfectly. Mine took about 500 and it's now smooth as BUTTA and deadly accurate.

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Break-in, smake-in! Just throw it in the holster with whatever ammo you find on the ground. What could possibly go wrong? Dodgy
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