Kahr Arms' subsidiary MRI will re-introduce the Baby Desert Eagle II in 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP (pictured) in 2011. Photo courtesy of Kahr Arms.
Kahr Arms subsidiary Magnum Research will reintroduce the Baby Desert Eagle in three calibers at SHOT Show 2011 and ship the pistols in the spring, the company announced.
The Baby Desert Eagle II handguns will be available in 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP with steel or polymer frames in black only. The full-size and semi-compact models will include a tactical rail, resulting in a 19 variations.
The Baby Desert Eagle II pistols will range in price from $616 for the polymer frame models to $630 for steel-frame models.
Three years ago, Magnum Research (MRI) stopped selling the pistols. MRI had imported the Baby Desert Eagle handguns (also called the Jericho) from Israel-based IWI for 22 years.