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An ancient Desert Eagle pistol, in .44 magnum. Interest in late 20th century films made this one of the most popular handguns of all times.

The Desert Eagle is a small gun in Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics and Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel. In Brotherhood of Steel, it can also be dual-wielded.

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Fallout and Fallout 2

Desert Eagle .44
File:deserteagle44.gif
damage: 10 - 16
damage type: Normal
attack modes:
Single (AP: 5, R: 25)
ammo Type .44 Magnum
ammo capacity: 8
min. Strength: 5
hands req.: 1
weight: 4 pounds
value: $800
prototype id: 18

In Fallout 2 it can be upgraded with an extended magazine.

Locations

Fallout

Fallout Tactics

Desert Eagle Mark XIX
File:DesertEagleXIX.gif
damage: 10-16
damage type: Normal
attack modes:
Single (AP: 4, R: 25)
ammo Type .44 Magnum
ammo capacity: 8
min. Strength: 4
hands req.: 1
weight: 4
value: N/A

In Fallout Tactics, this handgun is called "Desert Eagle Mark XIX .44", using the weapon's full, real-life designation for this particular model.

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

Single

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel weapon
Desert Eagle
File:Desert Eagle FalloutBOS.gif
damage: 16 - 21
damage type: Normal
ammo Type Large Bullet
hands req.: 1
value: $500
A standard, heavy-caliber pistol that can pierce lesser forms of armor.

The Desert Eagle is really very good weapon for Chapter 1, less damage than Home-Made Rifle, which appears around the same time but its rate of fire is faster.

Its only defect is that the ammunition is rare at first.

Dual

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Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel weapon
Dual Desert Eagle
damage: 16 - 21 x2
damage type: Normal
ammo Type Large Bullet
hands req.: 2
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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

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The Desert Eagle is an extremely powerful handgun found in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto IV. It appears in some cutscenes of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, but is never available to use in gameplay.

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The Desert Eagle is far more powerful than the other pistols in the game (Headshots with this in GTA IV will release a large cloud of blood from the victim). It holds 7 rounds per magazine (9 in GTA IV) and kills in one shot the majority of the time. The San Andreas Desert Eagle is modeled after the .50 caliber Desert Eagle while the GTA IV version is modeled after the .357 variant.

The Desert Eagle, referred in Grand Theft Auto IV as a "Combat Pistol", is a more powerful handgun than the Pistol, but sacrifices ammunition capacity for it, holding only nine rounds in the magazine as opposed to seventeen rounds for the Pistol. The Combat Pistol can be purchased from any of the three gun shops in Liberty City for $1,500 and every additional magazine is $100, but cannot be purchased from Little Jacob. You can get it for free without cheating, at the beginning of the game. You must first go to the weapon store. Aim for the dealer's leg and shoot; he will draw his Desert Eagle. Kill him and pick up the weapon. Be warned, some guards armed with shotguns will appear round the corner. This, like all other pistols, can be fired from a car, but with its semi-automatic capabilities and 9 round magazine make it nearly useless in drive bys and car chases in the eyes of some players. Though, if you are skilled enough you can take out rival drivers with a single well placed round. The Desert Eagle is more powerful than the Glock, however the Glock has double the magazine capacity, allowing 15 rounds to be fired in the time it takes to fire all 9 shots including reloading from the Desert Eagle.

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

Los Santos

From your house in Ganton, head east towards the main road that overlooks the ocean in East Beach. Head south from there towards Playa Del Seville. On the corner as the road curves west towards the Ocean Docks, head along the beach and look in the corner of the wire fence that separates the beach from part of the docks.

Whetstone

  • Southwest corner of warehouse in junkyard

Take the northwest road out of Angel Pine and take the first right. Follow this road northeast and look for the Angel Pine Junkyard on the left side of the road. Head down the dirt path and into the junkyard, and head to the heap of scrap in the middle of the junkyard. In front of the heap of scrap there is an open ware house with a cement truck inside. Head inside this warehouse and the Desert Eagle is in the southwest corner.

San Fierro

  • Garcia - In corner of alley near Zero RC From your garage in Doherty, head south and take the first right. Go down the alleyway straight ahead and look for an opening in a wall on the right side of the alleyway. Go through the opening and look to the right to find the Desert Eagle in the corner.

Tierra Robada

  • Bayside Marina - In corner of wall behind house From the Gant Bridge, head north until you reach Bayside, and take the first right you come to. Follow the winding road round and take the first left. Immediately after turning left, look along the left side of the street for a row of posh white houses. Head behind the third house, and look along the back wall. The Desert Eagle is in the corner of the wall to the far right.

Bone County

From the Fallow Bridge, cross the bridge and take the third left at the fork in the road. Turn right and pass under the railroad tracks, and look along the right side of the road for a trailer park opposite the Lil' Probe Inn bar. Head towards the trailer park and the Desert Eagle is under the middle solar panel on the east side of the trailer park.

Grand Theft Auto IV

Dukes

  • Francis International Airport - Can be found at the oil refinery on Tudor St on a platform between two rows of oil refining towers. There is a ladder on the north side of these towers to reach the platform.
  • Charge Island - Can be found underneath a walkway ramp on top of an oil storage tank in the oil refinery under the East Borough Bridge. It can be easily reached by jumping onto the tank from the Charge Island off-ramp before the toll booths from the Broker side.

Bohan

  • Industrial - Can be found on the westernmost segment of the uncompleted Northern Expressway. It can be easily reached by helicopter, or by taking a series of stunt jumps across the various segments.

Algonquin

  • The Triangle - Can be found on the wall of the balcony of the west side of Grand Easton Terminal, nearest the Columbus Ave construction site.
  • City Hall - Can be found on the ground near some planters at a café off Union Drive West.
  • North Holland - If you decided to kill Playboy X in the mission The Holland Play, he carries a Combat Pistol. You can collect it after you dispatch him. It will not be dropped if you assassinate Playboy, only if you kill him before he reaches the door.

Alderney

  • Alderney City - Can be found on a large electrical wire spool in the third berth of the old ferry terminal off Asahara Rd. You can only see the orange glow of the pistol, since the actual piece is clipped in the spool.
  • Acter Industrial Park - Can be found on top of the oil storage tank closest to the Alderney State Correctional Facility on Storax Rd.

Trivia

  • The Desert Eagle in GTA IV, while not referred to as a "Desert Eagle" in-game, does feature a "Deagle 47" etching on its barrel.

This article uses material from the "Desert Eagle" article on the GTA wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.







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