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Anyone know if the bolts are the same for a mark vii and mark xix?Ive looked all over internet and cant find any info.Would like a 357 conversion.Currently have a mk vii in 41 mag and 44 mag and found a 357 bolt for a mark xix,just dont know if they interchange between models.Thank you

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You can download the Desert Eagle Owners manual from the Magnum Research website that has the information you need.


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I called Magnum Research-no help.Said he wasnt sure.Ive looked at their info,nothing specific about bolts-just the xix slide is bigger.
 
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All the parts are interchangeable.
https://www.magnumresearch.com...nces_MarkVII-XIX.pdf
https://magnumresearch.com/PDF...nction_MarkI-XIX.pdf

The only difference I’ve found is as listed above. Numrich doesn’t even distinguish between the Marks. They only list if it’s 357, 44, or 50 AE part.
 
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i read that all parts are interchangeable.But on their website.it lists 2 bolts for 357-stating that 1 fits L5 [maybe the aluminum frame model?]only.Also the mk xix slide is bigger,maybe only on the outside and the "innards" are same?
 
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as stated above,already did-said he wasnt sure.Plus,the pictures on their website shows barrels for the mk xix and L5-they have noticibly different lugs on bottom.Kahr bought magnum research-maybe they came out with something different and not updated the info for desert eagles in years?Oh well-just got a 357 bolt-not the L5 model-and fit my xix.Will try on my mk vii later just to see if it fits,dont matter as long as 1 works.Now,just need a 357 mark xix barrel }hopely can find a 10 in model}. Thanks for everyones help

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