The AMT AutoMag IV is a semi-auto single-action pistol built on a stainless steel frame and chambered in .45 Winchester Magnum or 10mm Magnum. It’s operated via a locked breech, Browning-type short recoil action. The magazine release is located in the triggerguard’s base.
Features include a single-stack, seven-round magazine, a patridge front sight, a windage- and elevation-adjustable rear sight, and black grips.
The AutoMag (one word) was the brainchild of Harry Sanford, the man also behind the Auto Mag (two words) in the late 1960s. The AutoMag series was produced by AMT / IAI from the late 1980s through the 1990s before the company went under.
Click here to see a 1991 article in American Rifleman on the AutoMag IV.
|.45 Winchester Magnum, 10mm Magnum||7+1||6.5″||10.75″||1.375″||50 oz.|
|.45 Winchester Magnum, 10mm Magnum||7+1||8.625″||12.8125″||1.375″||55 oz.|
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