Say hello to the Desert Eagle—possibly the meanest of all handguns and definitely one of the biggest. With Mark VII and XIX models available in .50 Action Express, it's also one of the most powerful production handguns to date. The sheer power, size, and weight of this beast have made it the director's pick in many an action movie, even though it has some inherent drawbacks when compared to a smaller, lighter weapon with a larger magazine capacity. That said, there's no way any other pistol comes close on a scale of sheer awesomeness.
The Desert Eagle is a gas-operated, semiautomatic pistol. Gas operation (where the expanding gasses from the fired round push a piston, which operates the action to chamber a new round) for a pistol is unusual, as normally a pistol's action is cycled simply by recoil. The gun can be chambered for a variety of rounds, including the previously mentioned .50 Action Express and the .44 Magnum. It feeds from a detachable box magazine, which holds nine, eight, or seven rounds (single stack), depending on the caliber being used.
Since posting his first LEGO gun online at age 13, Jack Streat has played an influential role in the LEGO weapons builder community. In his spare time he modifies guitars in a never-ending quest to make them as loud as possible. Streat wrote this, his first book, when he was 18 years old.
I bought this for my young boys and didn't realize how involved these replicas are. This is a thick book. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Tiera K.
AWESOME BOOK for the lego/gun lover. This is a perfect combo of both. IT HAS A WARINING LABEL! it has to be good if it does! This will shoot legos, so keep that in mind. Read morePublished 2 months ago by jbangledorf
Exactly what I expected. Brought for my 12 year old son, and he loves itPublished 2 months ago by Kim Jeffries
Great for any kid young to old. I am looking forward to having time to build all the guns in this bookPublished 4 months ago by dblinley
Very detailed book, would be easy to put together. But seems will be a pain to get the specific pieces to make them.Published 6 months ago by Edward Esparza