AMT AutoMag III
Automag III .30 Carbine made by Irwindale Arms, Inc. with .30 Carbine cartridge
|Place of origin||United States|
|Manufacturer||Arcadia Machine & Tool|
|Unit cost||$470 MSRP|
|Weight||43 oz (1,200 g)|
|Length||10.75 in (273 mm) stock extended|
350 mm (13.8 in) stock folded
|Barrel length||6.375 in (161.9 mm)|
9mm Winchester Magnum
|Action||Short recoil operated, locked breech|
|Effective firing range||50 m (160 ft)|
|Feed system||8-round box magazine|
|Sights||Adjustable iron sights|
The AMT Automag III is a single action semi-automatic handgun, designed by Harry Sanford, creator of the first Automag. The Automag III does not actually fire a magnum cartridge, but is chambered for the .30 Carbine cartridge originally designed for the World War II era M1 carbine. It was also originally chambered for the 9mm Winchester Magnum cartridge. Only the original AMT production pistols were made in 9mm Winchester Magnum; later Galena production was only in .30 Carbine. It was made of stainless steel and has an 8-round magazine.
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