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Old 08-08-2013, 01:55 AM   #41
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It was the Automag made by Auto Mag Corp which is now defunct. Fires the .44AMP cartridge.
you're right. i google it and it was the Automag 44. it and the Wildey look very similiar in appearance.
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Heat
Olympus is down.
Battle LA.
The Raid: Redemption
Hard boiled
A better tommorrow 2
The man from nowhere
The chaser
Boondock saints
Columbiana
Hanna
Any lethal weapon movie
Lawless
Untouchables
Planet terror
Payback
Mr and mrs smith
Safehouse
Safe
Any resident evil movie
Taken 1 or 2
The book of eli
Hurt locker
And underworld movie
Band of brothers
Cleanskin
Predator
Sin City
Collateral
Sniper
Die Hard (any)
El Mariachi
Domino
Equilibrium
Enemy at the Gates
Full metal jacket
Bourne identity supremecy etc
Tomb raider series
Lucky Number Slevin
Last man standing
Proof of Life
No country for old men
Platoon
Saving Private Ryan
Zero Dark Thirty
True romance
Tombstone
Pulp fiction
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Good luck watching those 2nite
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Another comedy is City Heat with Burt Reynolds and Clint Eastwood. The shootout scene in the auto shop is great but I can't find it on Youtube. This will have to do. Classic Clint.

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The Auto-Mag passed through a number of hands in the 1970s. I was co-owner of company making .44 Auto Mag ammo in the 1960-1970 era. The last contact I had was when Lee Jurrris was running the company in Deming, NM around 1975? The pistol suffered from an incurable firing pin failure problem.
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The Auto-Mag passed through a number of hands in the 1970s. I was co-owner of company making .44 Auto Mag ammo in the 1960-1970 era. The last contact I had was when Lee Jurrris was running the company in Deming, NM around 1975? The pistol suffered from an incurable firing pin failure problem.
That is still one of those iconic guns that I would freaking love to hold, shoot or even own!
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That is still one of those iconic guns that I would freaking love to hold, shoot or even own!
Yes! that and i would love to shoot the Wildey too. my father came real close to buying a Wildey many years ago, but decided on a different pistol instead, the Dan Wesson 357 magnum revolver. that Wildey would have been a cool pistol to inherit!
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Yes! that and i would love to shoot the Wildey too. my father came real close to buying a Wildey many years ago, but decided on a different pistol instead, the Dan Wesson 357 magnum revolver. that Wildey would have been a cool pistol to inherit!
Oh Hell yeah! .44 Wildey is so on my list!
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The LAR Grizzly utilized a 1911 platform. The "Grizz" was a much more reliable magnum semi-auto. The "Grizz" used 90 % of the same internal parts as a standard 1911 pistol. LAR is a government arms contractor and had to drop the handgun. They did not have enough capacity to continue its manufacturing. It was used in the Tom Beringer movie "The Sniper".
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Not a movie,..but I read a two novel series in the late 80's about an Ex-Army Ranger Officer from the late 60's with Nam tours who became a bodyguard/shooter for hire by execs. He carried and used a S&W 57 41Mag. as his main piece and a customized Colt Commander as his "2nd" gun...
Also,.although I don't keep up anymore, I used to read EVERY Mack Bolan/Stony Man/Ph Force/ Able team book...now i just get them once in a blue.....Bolan always had a thing for another rare Gun I Like,..The Beretta93R...if you have never seen this Gun rent BROKEN ARROW with Slater, Travolta & Howie Long...
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