• Beretta

    Beretta

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    Beretta

    $ 64.50

    The Beretta M9 is a semi-automatic, 9x19mm Parabellum pistol used by the United States military, and accepted in 1985. It is essentially a military specification Beretta 92F, which later developed into the 92FS. The M9 won a competition in the 1980s to replace the M1911A1 as the primary handgun of the U.S. military, beating out many other competitors, and only narrowly defeating the SIG P226 for cost reasons. It officially entered service in 1990.

     

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    3 Gun

  • Desert Eagle 50 AE

    Desert Eagle 50 AE

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    Desert Eagle 50 AE

    $ 76.50

    The Desert Eagle is a gas-operated, semi-automatic pistol with a large frame. It was designed by Magnum Research in the U.S., but is primarily produced by IMI in Israel. From 1996 to 2000, production of the firearm was moved to Saco Defense in the state of Maine, which carried the XIX designation. Production shifted back to Israel when General Dynamics acquired Saco. The Desert Eagle is featured in approximately 500 motion pictures and TV films, increasing its popularity and boosting sales.

     

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    Compound

  • Glock

    Glock

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    Glock

    $ 64.50

    Fire one of the most famous pistols in the world at Machine Guns Vegas!

     

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    Gamers

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  • Ruger Super Redhawk

    Ruger Super Redhawk

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    Ruger Super Redhawk

    $ 64.50

    In 1987, the Super Redhawk was introduced. It has a .44 Magnum cartridge with different barrel lengths. To date, the Super Redhawk is still considered one of the strongest--if not the strongest--revolver in production. The .44 Magnum became popular worldwide after Clint Eastwood used one in Dirty Harry.

  • SIG Sauer P226

    SIG Sauer P226

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    SIG Sauer P226

    $ 64.50

    The P226 was designed for entry into the XM9 Service Pistol Trials, held by the US Army in 1984 on behalf of the U.S. Armed Service to find a replacement for the M1911A1. Only the Beretta 92F and the SIG P226 completed the trials satisfactorily. The P226 is more cost-efficient per pistol than the 92F, but the SIG’s package price with magazines and spare parts was higher than the Beretta’s. The Navy SEALs later chose to adopt the P226.

     

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    Seal Team 6

    3 Gun

  • Springfield XDM 9mm

    Springfield XDM 9mm

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    Springfield XDM 9mm

    $ 64.50

    Springfield Armory created the XDM 9mm for extreme duty. It has an all terrain look which features deeper, longer, and more slide serration that allows a better grasp. In 2009, the Springfield XDM 9mm was named Handgun of the Year.

  • Taurus Raging Judge

    Taurus Raging Judge

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    Taurus Raging Judge

    $ 65.50

    The Raging Judge Magnum was created by Taurus to replace the popular Taurus Judge. The Taurus Raging Judge is a giant revolver that is made for 410 shotgun shells, 45 Long Colt and 454 Casull. The rifling on the Raging Judge has been accurately tuned to spread the shot pattern to help guide the bullet to the target.

Pistols

If your trigger finger itches thinking about the extensive armory we have at Machine Guns Vegas, then you should start planning your next Vegas trip ASAP. Not only will you be able to handle the weapons that made their mark on history, but you’ll be able to take a swing at a few of Hollywood’s most iconic firearms. Though it almost pains us to say it, not everything has to be about blazing automatics and huge explosions. Sometimes, you just need the right tool for the job. In that spirit, let’s start off with a look at our pistols.

Springfield M1911

Time for a little history lesson: John Browning’s sleek M1911 was the standard issue sidearm of the United States Armed Forces from 1911 and 1985, the issued sidearm to virtually every American soldier in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War, favored for its wicked stopping power. Get a feel for the weapon that fought The Big One today at MGV.

Beretta M9

In the 80s, the U.S. Armed Forces held a competition to find the military’s next primary sidearm—and this 9mm pistol took the prize. In 1985, it was accepted by the United States Armed Forces, and five years later it was officially put into service, replacing the M1911. This is the standard issue firearm for the majority of American military and law enforcement, and it’s not to be taken lightly. Find out why next time you come down to Machine Guns Vegas.

SIG Sauer P226

Narrowly beaten by the Beretta in the United States Armed Services’ competition to find the military’s next primary sidearm, the SIG Sauer P226 is nonetheless one of the most versatile pistols available today. A far more sophisticated weapon than the Beretta, the Sig Sauer is still favored heavily by branches of US Special Forces. If you want to do a little testing of your own, you better try MGV.

Desert Eagle 50 AE

Consider this: a .50 caliber action express bullet, like the ones fired from a Desert Eagle 50 AE, moves twice as fast as a .45 caliber bullet. This isn’t a gun, it’s a hand cannon. But it’s those mean good looks that have made this one of Hollywood’s favorite weapons, appearing in over 500 different tv shows and films—that’s right, this pistol has been in more movies than Nicolas Cage. Whether you’re channeling your inner Sarge from Doom or your inner Agent Smith from The Matrix, our gas-operated, semi-automatic Desert Eagle 50 AE will allow you to pulverize your targets in style.

Ruger Super Redhawk

Feeling lucky, punk? Entering the realm of the revolver, our Ruger Super Redhawk features a .44 Magnum cartridge, and though its been around since 1987, it’s still known as one of the strongest revolvers in production. Think Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry if you need a refresher on where you’ve seen this handheld howitzer. Make sure to stand strong when firing this gun: it’s got a kick to go with all that magnum force.

Taurus Raging Judge

If you believe that bigger is better, go for the Taurus Raging Judge Magnum, a revolver with a shotgun bang. Our giant combo revolver features a 6-round cylinder, a Raging Bull backstrap for added comfort, and takes .410 shotgun shells, .45 Long Colt and .454 Casull. That’s right: this pistol takes shotgun ammo. Now who doesn’t want to get their hands on that?

Springfield XDM 9mm

Introduced in 2007, Springfield Armory created the XDM 9mm to provide a pistol with a better grip and ease of use. In 2009, it was named Handgun of the Year—judge it yourself at Machine Guns Vegas. This compact little ripper is proof that looks can be deceiving. And if you doubt it, just wrap your finger around the trigger and pull.

Glock

Last but not least, you can shoot our Full Auto Glock, one of the most famous pistols in the world. It might be made in Germany, but this is America’s Gun, all but standard issue for TV cops and action stars, not to mention real law enforcement. Easy to use, deadly accurate, and more than a little bit of fun, we recommend this gun to our beginners.

Visit Machine Guns Vegas Today!

For any questions about our collection of pistols, including the pieces that made their mark on Hollywood, like our Desert Eagle 50 AE, and those that made their mark on history, like the Springfield M1911, call Machine Guns Vegas today at +1 (800) 757-4668!