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357 and 44 AMP ammo for sale

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Category: Auto Mag Pistol
Forum Name: Gun Classifieds
Forum Description: Gun Classifieds
Printed Date: 29 Jul 2021 at 7:55am
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Topic: 357 and 44 AMP ammo for sale
Posted By: chuck v
Subject: 357 and 44 AMP ammo for sale
Date Posted: 28 May 2021 at 10:27pm
Found some ammo and Automag accessories in la recent longer have the guns for which it fits.

6 factory boxes in good condition of CDM 44AMP (240 grain hollow point)
1 factory box in fair to poor condition of CDM 44AMP (240 grain hollow point)
1 MTM plastic box of new CDM 44AMP (240 grain hollow point)
1 box of NORMA once fired 44 brass with 7 rounds still un-fired (240 grain soft point)
1 box of  Super Vel .357 Automag with 45 rounds (3 fired brass, plus two rounds with split necks)
1 MTM plastic box .357 once fired brass (7 rounds are remaining hand loads, un-fired)
1 each plastic pistol box with good AMT logo label
1 each Automag factory shooter's manual, model 180, May 1971

$1,000 for everything, prefer not to separate, but make an offer.


Posted By: chuck v
Date Posted: 29 May 2021 at 9:26pm
I will try to post some pictures... I am new here so let's see how well I do.

No success...these re JPEG images, but I guess I will rereead the FAQ again...


Posted By: chuck v
Date Posted: 31 May 2021 at 6:15pm
one more try at posting pictures -- these have been resized to be much smaller...
not sure why the scale seems off.

Let me know if the price is out of line, and what is considered more reasonable.


Posted By: Luvz2Shoot
Date Posted: 01 Jun 2021 at 1:28am
I don't believe that your price is too far off "reasonable".

The original 44AMP by CDM has historically been right around $90 - $100 per box.

As for the 357AMP loads, those should be considered "component only" as anyone who buys it would completely tear it down, resize it, and reload it to their own specs. Realistically, not as much as you'd think.

The way things are right now (all the "panic" buying/selling), if no bites here,  I'd post them on GunBroker.

Welcome to the forum.  Smile

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Posted By: chuck v
Date Posted: 01 Jun 2021 at 3:26am
Thanks for the welcome, and I agree with the hand loads of the 357 AMP getting pulled down and recycled -- but the yellow box is factory Super Vel loads by Lee Jurras.  Maybe those are also collectable and should not be shot...??  Not aware if that makes the value go up or down.

Given your $90 to $100 per box of CDM ( and forgoing any value to the lack of a box on the eighth container of it in the one rear green MTM box...) that comes to $720 to $800. 

Maybe an asking price of $750 for the entire lot is more appropriate.  I have been out of the Automag scene for some number of decades now since I sold my guns in the mid '90s and just don't have a good feel for values.  Since I am in my later 70s now I will not be getting another AM pistol. 


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