When is the last time you seen or heard of one of these?

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  1. AMT

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    About 1986.
     
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    Thanks for the article.

    I'd have loved a large caliber Automag, but the prices are insane.

    Brian Maynard Repaired my Automag II and it ran like a top. They are a bit fidgety, but once they're right, they're great pistols. I also had an Automag III. Unfortunately they are both gone now but I kind of miss them.
     
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    :thumbup: Love the Auto Mags! Need to find someone locally that can reload for my 357. Haven't shot it yet but am itching! Brian worked on my AMT-II also. We have deemed it "the AMT-II from H_LL". The AMT-III is probably my "funnest" one to shoot. Nice trigger, smooth action. Fireball and smiles!!!

    I thought the article might shake some cobwebs loose and bring back memories for some. :peace:
     
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  5. Wayred

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    I like the look of it, the ruger shape, but with a cool ventilated rib barrel.
     
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    I don't care what you call it, it LOOKS just like a Ruger Mark series pistol.
     

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