Israeli Desert Eagle in .44 Magnum Express with laser targeter and modified meat pulverizer-front, SPAS-12 Full-to-Semi-automatic Assault Shotgun with 30 solid slugs/10 buckshot shells, and a custom-designed knife built for stabbing downwards, brass knuckles, and a pommel tip for smashing into skulls (I hold knives and daggers point-down, which allows you to take up less room while slashing, in addition to not putting awkward pressure on your wrist when you stab.
M249 para with a custom made ammo box (200 rounds +-). The webbing "nutsack" bag tends to cause malfunctions and the plastic box is prone to breakage in the locking bracket area. Most malfunctions are either ammo box related or due to using the M16 mag feeding system or due to a worn out weapon.
It would have a number of modifications much like the M249 Special purpose weapon used by SOCOM
A better alternative could be the Izzy Negev permanently modified to accept M16 mags instead of the Galils.
This weapon has a selector with a semi auto setting and has a more reliable box magazine set up (at least in theory.)
The conversion would be permanent due to the Galil M16 conversion block typically has tolerances that are too tight and prohibit fast mag changes.
10X Unertl scope with ARD and an RDP-II dot sight in an SAR3-PS mount.
Glock 17 with +2 floor plates on the mags and +P+ ammo.
The difference between 9x19mm, .40sw , and .45acp ballistics is negligible in the instance, so you might as well go with capacity. The 9x19mm +P+ is the ballistic equivalent to the 357mag...so 9mm is fine.
Maybe a 33 round Glock 18 mag, although its not too practical...but one or two couldn't hurt. Add some night sights, 3.5lb trigger, and extended factory slide release.
Maybe a factory tac light. in a Safariland 6004 [or type] holster. I could see an aftermarket Ti or steel full length captive recoil spring guide rod too, but I'm not picky.
Third weapon would be a back up Glock 19 with the same mods mounted in a kydex holster that is accessible by both hands.
I have no idea why some of you jokers would bother with the Desert Eagle in .44.
Completely impractical. The added penetration is of no use and the smaller capacity and excessive weight is a liability.
They're made on the same assembly line Bro. Jericho Pistols are imported from Israel by KBI Inc. right here in good ole Harrisburg, Pa.b KBI Inc. also imports a very decent (price and quality) Charles Daly 1911 from the Philippines and a number of high end Charles Daly shotguns. They also import some AR 15 variants under the Charles Daly Defense moniker.
I plan on purchasing one of their 1911s this fall. I also plan on buying 2 Saiga rifles. One in .223 and one in .308. They are made alongside their military brother the AK47 in the same factory in Russia.
"Ahhh, but there are different variations, such as the Jericho models...yes the .44 is overkill, but the Jericho models pack the same DE punch..."
The Jericho pistols pack the same punch as any other pistol in the same chambering, be it 9x19mm, .40SW, or .45ACP.
The originals were very nice CZ-75 clones with excellent triggers.
QC has been spotty on the newer models, which is unfortunate as IMI has had a great track record in the past with their whole line of Desert Eagles (well they did suffer frame cracks in early models,) Galil 5.56 & 7.62x51Nato, Uzi carbine/mini-Uzi/Micro-Uzi, the Jericho 941, and others.