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Topic: FAQ
Posted By: admin
Subject: FAQ
Date Posted: 08 Oct 2008 at 11:05am
Every one who is new to the forum will have some, most of the common ones will be in the FAQ area.

Take a look at http://www.amtguns.info/forum_topics.asp?FID=4" rel="nofollow - AutoMagPistol Forum FAQ's first.



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Posted By: curmudgeon
Date Posted: 12 Oct 2008 at 10:41pm
Since I suggested this forum, let me be the first to make some statements that well answer some of the FAQ.
First let me state when I refer to AM's I speak of the 180 and 280 Series. Which are usually designated by the bolt style, but not always due to latter stage parts supply vs shipping availability, or by 357 AMp, 41 JMP, and 44 AMP. Or by Kent Lomont calibers.
There are two type AM owners, shooters and collectors. If you are not an experienced handloader, and by this I mean both revolvers and bottom feeders. Able to check headspace, and detail strip your gun either get help from an AM owner or a gunsmith with the above qualifications.
Good load data is available from Hodgdon and Hornady. Tho Hodgdons uses some powder that is not the best choice, they are safe.
The caliber and Mod designation is usually etched on the bbl extention, and could be a mismatch for the frame model desinated in the S/N.
More later, LEJ


Posted By: curmudgeon
Date Posted: 13 Oct 2008 at 2:46am
I have made the statement that I considered all AM's prototypes, I base that statement on the fact that there were less than 10K made, during production, so many changes in material and hear treat were made w/o several thousand rounds tested after each change. I felt that Kent L. and I did most of the developmental work after about S/N series A2500 or there abouts. Do any of you have guns where the trigger bar spring was just riding on the flat or Super Glued to that flat ?... I started drilling a seat for the TB spring. Larry G. and I built a jig to drill this seat one week when I was at the plant...then the factory started doing this. I think maybe in the A4500-5000 series...Clap


Posted By: bigbuck
Date Posted: 09 Mar 2009 at 1:50am
I have a couple of pistols where the TB spring is justing on the flat surface. What is your cost to drill
a recess for the spring. I have been trying for years to find someone with this jig.


Posted By: curmudgeon
Date Posted: 12 Mar 2009 at 4:56am
Sorry BigBuck, haven't done any AM work for a number of years, don't even remember who I even sold my jig to...But if very careful one can do one w/o the jig..FWIW


Posted By: grey katt
Date Posted: 08 Feb 2014 at 6:59pm
I have a question ,that I  need some help on , My wife recently bought an AMT automag V  for herself , She is a Retired USMC & loves to shoot ,My problem , the pistol had a weak hammer spring & a bent hammer strut ,I had a spare spring ,but anly straightned the strut & would like to have a new one ,does anybody know where one could be purchased or a good smith that works on AMT s could make one ,,Numerich or Brownells does not have any , also is the automag II strutt the same as they are available from High Standard ,,Thanks,,Grey Katt


Posted By: grey katt
Date Posted: 23 Feb 2014 at 12:20am
I have a question that I do not know what catagory to post it ,I am looking to buy a AMT 10 mm Javelina longslide in nice shape , would anyone have one or know of one for sale


Posted By: jurras
Date Posted: 23 Feb 2014 at 2:44am
If you want a 10mm suggest a Glock 20....


Posted By: grey katt
Date Posted: 23 Feb 2014 at 3:26am
yes I agree on the glock ,,but I have all the automags except the 45 win & the  10 mm Javelina longslide .,kinda hung up on them ,enjoy tinkering with them,, looking for the longslide first..


Posted By: jurras
Date Posted: 23 Feb 2014 at 5:08am
Oh, you are a collector, not a shooter, guns , parts, warranty all gone. Make poor shooters, collectors yes, with deep pockets.   Cheers


Posted By: grey katt
Date Posted: 25 Feb 2014 at 5:35pm
I guess I am a collector/shooter ,My first was the Automag III 30 carbine that I liked to shoot  so much , I started buying the other calibers so that I would not wear one particular one out , & about 8 pistols later ,ended up in a catch 22 situation , wish I could afford one of the original 44AMP Automags ,they are a work of art ,I saw one for sale at a gunshow in Pittsburgh ,Pa a couple months ago for $2,300 ,didn!t have the money , nor do I know eneough ,for what to look for in them ,Grey Katt


Posted By: jurras
Date Posted: 25 Feb 2014 at 8:13pm
You need to study all the info you can get on them. Plenty available on this site. Too much to go over on generalities. Look. The are booklets and pages of info. back in the archives


Posted By: grey katt
Date Posted: 28 Apr 2014 at 5:31pm
Well , I found my 10 MM Javelina , from a member on this site , & It is a beaut ,,trouble now is ,,it is too nice to shoot , GREY KATT


Posted By: jurras
Date Posted: 28 Apr 2014 at 10:29pm
Check out Bert Mason's site, has a couple primers and his first book is out.


Posted By: grey katt
Date Posted: 08 Jun 2014 at 2:06pm
does anybody have a manual for the AMT automag IV 45 WIN MAG for sale ,,am in need of one ,,Grey Katt


Posted By: Luc V.
Date Posted: 08 Jun 2014 at 2:18pm
Download one from Ian's site http://www.amtguns.net/rifles/automag-iv/" rel="nofollow - here



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