AUTO MAG CLASSIC 44 (MODEL 180)
AUTO MAG CLASSIC 44 (MODEL 180)
AUTO MAG CLASSIC 44 (MODEL 180)
AUTO MAG CLASSIC 44 (MODEL 180)
AUTO MAG CLASSIC 44 (MODEL 180)
AUTO MAG CLASSIC 44 (MODEL 180)

AUTO MAG CLASSIC 44 (MODEL 180)

SKU GDC0000003190

used very good

Out of stock

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Product Information & Specs

One of the original rare Auto Mag pistols produced in Pasadena, California in the early 1970s, this amazing example of the .44AMP-chambered hand cannon is about as good as they come. Its serial number, A01194, puts it in the early range of guns produced by the original manufacturer of the coveted classic made famous by Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry in the 1983 film Sudden Impact. Hand-made at considerable cost using milled Carpenter 455 stainless steel stock, these massive guns were over-engineered to accommodate the rarely-seen .44 Auto Mag Pistol cartridge. This model, complete with a 6.5-inch vented rib barrel is complete with the factory box, manual and paperwork.

Seller Description

This highly collectible Model 180 is one of less than 10,000 total produced by the short lived AutoMag Corporation. Made famous in Clint Eastwood's "Dirty Harry" movies, this pistol is in very good condition and comes with the original box.

UPC GDC0000003190
Caliber 44 AMP
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 7 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 7.3 BARREL
Weight 3.6













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