I would suggest firing the pistol first and see what the accuracy is like. If the pistol does not shoot well you can send it in for service.
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2008 1:50 PM
Subject: Magnum Contact Form from website
Contact information from magnum website
Address: ***** Street
I own these Magnum firearms: Baby Eagle .40 full size (x2)
Desert Eagle Mark VII .44
Comments: I purchased a second Baby Eagle .40 full size a few months ago. I recently gave it it's initial cleaning (It has not been fired yet) and noticed that compared to my first BE .40 full size that the slide on the second has what I would call excessive play.
My primary BE is very tight for lack of a better description (no play in the slide). The second has audible and visual movement both vertically and horizontally (it appears that maybe the slide rails were machined too much.
Is this something that I should send in for replacement or repair? I can not see that typical firing for break in will remove the play in the slide.
Thank you in advance for your time.