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Published by B. Mason in United States?] .
Written in English


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Statementby Bert Mason
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LC ClassificationsTS537 .M376 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination[8] leaves :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24572663M
LC Control Number2008270910

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1) Automag and Auto Mag named guns. After Auto Mag Corp. went bankrupt in , Harry Sanford went on to develop more semi-auto stainless steel handguns in out-of-the-ordinary calibers. The name Auto Mag was changed to Automag for these Browning based designs.   The gun is priced at $3, for the inch-barreled model, and $3, for the inch-barreled version. These guns were on display, with various finishes, at SHOT Show in Las Vegas. For more information, go to Dirty Harry (Sudden Impact) Target Practice - YouTube. subscribers. Dirty Harry (Sudden Impact) Target Practice.   The “CLINT1” refers to the use of the Auto Mag by Clint Eastwood in the movie Sudden Impact. This movie was made in after production of the Auto Mag had ended. However, two pistols were built specially for use a props in the movie and these were given the serial numbers “CLINT1” and “CLINT2”. Dirty Harry's baddest magnum. Link/Page Citation These later guns were chambered in either or Auto Mag calibers. The /2-inch barrel remained standard on thes but thes could be had with /2- or /2-inch tubes. has advised us that he has personally contacted Harry Sanford with a proposition that could put the Auto.

The AMT Automag III is a single action semi-automatic handgun, designed by Harry Sanford, creator of the first Automag. The Automag III does not actually fire a magnum cartridge, but is chambered for the Carbine cartridge originally designed for the World War II era M1 carbine. It was also originally chambered for the 9mm Winchester Magnum cturer: Arcadia Machine & Tool. In , a new company was formed to bring this legend back to the market, Auto Mag LTD. Co. Auto Mag LTD, Co. is now in the process of remaking the Auto Mag with the intent to keep the heart and soul of the Auto Mag but, while also addressing many of the issues that true lovers of the Auto Mag have wanted resolved.   Mr. Milius brought two with 6 1/2 barrels, and maybe one other was supplied with an 8 3/8″ barrel. No 4 inch barreled M29s could be found, according to Mr. Milius. The magnum story is a myth according to Mr. Milius, who wrote both the first and the second scripts for the Dirty Harry Length: inches. SMITH & WESSON COMMEMORATIVES (REFERENCE ONLY) Model 14 Texas Ranger Comm. Model S&W th Anniversary Comm. Model Georgia State Police Comm. Model 50th Anniversary Comm. Model Elmer Keith Comm. Model Texas Wagon Train th Anniversary Comm. Model Mass. State Police Comm. Model Alaska Iditarod Comm. Model IPSC Comm. Model .

  The Automag series of pistol introduced by Arcadia Machine & Tool in the late s and early s were produced by the same man as the original Auto Mag Pistol - Harry Sanford - . The AMT Automag IV is a large, single action semi-automatic handgun. It was created by Harry Sanford, who also invented the original Automag. This model fires the Winchester Magnum round; however until it was chambered for a time in 10mm Magnum. It has a 7- or 8-round magazine and is made of stainless steel. See also. AMT AutoMag IIManufacturer: Arcadia Machine & Tool. AMT Original Automag: A large single action semi automatic weapon, this is the original Automag by Harry Sanford. When it was introduced in the seventies this was the first pistol to fire high powered magnum cartridges. It has been out of production for close to two decades now, but after Harry Sanford died in early the AMT factory was.   The ones most in demand by collectors. Are the Baby Automags, made specifically for the gun wholesaler in Prescott AZ. And the few made with long non standard barrels. Like the one you have, with a 8" barrel. But some that were even longer. Although I have never seen one. Sanford actually made a few with 12" or longer barrels. Didn't keep mine long.