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Automag Manual and Pictures, Lots of Pictures!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Peter M. Eick, Aug 15, 2004.

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  1. Peter M. Eick

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    Now for the owners manual. Sorry I did not smith up the pictures to perfection. I just was trying to bang it out to get them off my todo list.

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    The last shot is the action locked open showing the guts of the bolt.
     
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    This is the insides of the "Power" brochure I show with the rocket on the front.


    So does that satisfy everyones Automag fix for a few days?????



    And yes mine is still unfired in the box with all of these little goodies.....


    Also, {Rant mode on}, how come modern guns cannot have detailed manuals like this. Name me one manual out there for a modern pistol that has half this much detail and is not full of legal garbage and obvious stuff like "don't shoot what you don't want to shoot". Or my favorite, "this weapon is dangerous and may fire if you pull the trigger". My, my, my how the world has fallen in the last 30 years since the Automag came out. I look at the "manuals" I got for my Les Baer guns and they were a 1 page xerox sheet. I look at the manuals for my CZ 97B and it has very little hard details but a lot of languages. Geeze, is the average shooter that bad off that we have to dumb everything down to the obvious?????? {rant mode off}

    good, glad I got that out of my system.
     
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    Nicely done. A good reference for folks who have or want to know more about these obscure, exotic pistols.

    Now if I can just come up with $3000. I know where to get a nice .44 AMP...sighh.

    I'll just have to stick to the old Automag III and Automag V I managed to acquire. They're not in the same realm as the AMP, but they're pretty neat in their own right.

    I still think you did a great job on this set of pics, though. :)
     
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    Thanks.

    I was thinking I should have lightened the pictures more when I did it.

    3000 for an Automag. I guess that price is about par for the course today.
     
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