New from Cybergun, the Baby Desert Eagle has been given a face-lift. You have the same great reliability of the non-blowback platform meaning superb efficiency, but in an improved shell.
Powered by disposable 12g Co2 canisters, this pistol has little to no moving parts. No maintenance required! This makes them cheaper to manufacture, as well as boosting reliability; the less the moves, the less that can go wrong!
Nickamed the Baby Desert Eagle, the real steel gun itself is called the Jericho 941, and is manufactured by IMI. It became known as the Baby Desert Eagle, and the name just stuck. The rest is simply marketing by Magnum Research. Visually you can see why; it looks like a Danny DeVito Desert Eagle!
Maufactured by KWC is constructed out of durable ABS plastic and a metal top slide. Run off the 12g Co2 caplets, each canister lasts approximately 100 shots, with the magazine holding 15 BB’s at a time. The slide is fixed meaning it doesn’t move at all – instead the barrel is brought back toward the magazine to fire. As such it is extremely important to never hold the trigger and insert the magazine – doing so will damage and break the gun. Remember to only use high quality BB’s, and never reuse them!
On the underside of the pistol is a 20mm RIS/RAS rail allowing you to add on a laser or torch to make the gun a little more tactical.