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AutoMag, originally spelled Auto Mag, can refer to one of a series of semi-automatic pistols developed by Harry Sanford and later produced by a variety of firms, including made by Arcadia Machine and Tool (AMT):
AutoMag (pistol), .44 Automag semi-automatic pistol
AMT AutoMag II, .22 Magnum semi-automatic pistol
AMT AutoMag III, .30 Carbine semi-automatic pistol
AMT AutoMag IV, .45 Winchester Magnum semi-automatic pistol
AMT AutoMag V, .50 Action Express Magnum semi-automatic pistol
Selling a 3.375 inch (rare) AMT Automag II in great condition. This appears to only have a few rounds through it. Included is approximately 450 rounds of ammunition. Feel free to contact with any questions. Can meet at FFL in central or western Oregon.
This is a minty Baby Automag .22 lr. Something you don’t see everyday.
Comes from a local estate
Has original box and 2 magazines.
Fit and finish on these pistols is fantastic.
It is one of only 1000 made in 1984/1985
Price is $1900
I can ship this pistol to any FFL in the US
Or do a...
I have a group of guns for sale. If you are interested in any of them, please contact me with questions for more details on what you are interested in.
These are from my Father's Estate. I have a good number of guns to sell so I would sincerely appreciate it if people didn't contact me to say a...
It looks like they are bringing back the AutoMag pistol in .44 AMP and later other calibers.
At the $3,499 price point I can't say I'm all that interested, but it is a neat development. It might just make someone's day. Just thought I'd pass it along. Cheers.