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    Posted: 06 Feb 2018 at 7:05pm

After many years of silence I am surprised but pleased that Grossman is out pushing the AutoMag.

There must be 5 or 6 different videos of Larry from the SHOT Show talking about the old and new Auto Mags.  You can tell he is happy to be doing it and very excited about what he is doing and the new guns they are producing.

It makes me all the more happy that I put in for the Founder's Edition.  Larry is making me more excited.
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Larry is a great guy. He knows the auto mag like the back of his hand. Living legend.
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Larry's own designs are pretty nice, too.

There aren't that many people who have designed a pistol and got it into production; Larry did it twice, with the Automag II and the Automag III/IV/V.
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Originally posted by TRX302 TRX302 wrote:

Larry's own designs are pretty nice, too.

There aren't that many people who have designed a pistol and got it into production; Larry did it twice, with the Automag II and the Automag III/IV/V.


Yep. Kudos to Larry for giving us those newer Automags as well as being a major part of the revival of the original with Patrick.  I really like my Automag III (in .30 carbine). Mine's worked flawlessy since I've owned it. Being a huge fan of the original .44 Auto Mag,  it took me a while (years) to get interested in the newer line of Automags, but after a while they kind of grew on me, and now I'm so glad I got it. The look of a nice set of William's custom wood grips on it didn't hurt either.  Wink
It's great to see Larry getting his due recognition at the Shot Show and is super cool to know he's had a hand in the re-design of the original. So looking forward to it.
"Are you gonna pull those pistols or whistle Dixie?"
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