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Old 01-16-2008, 05:34 AM
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my AMT wil shoot......

minute of rabbit all day long with whatever ammo you use.....i tend to prefer the cci heavier bullets......i once hit a coyote with my 22-250 that was so far away my 1000 yd rangfinder wouldnt range my truck from where i hit him.......but the best shot of the day was when the coyote got up and ran after walking out to him......made a running shot with the AMT @ about 75yds.....the amt is a single action pistol , same as a colt 1911..i have not seriously studied its accuracy potental, but i do tend to hit what i am shooting at with it quite regularly....

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Old 01-16-2008, 12:41 PM
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My dad's AMT Automag II, (a sort of 1911 style auto) is pretty darn accurate, usually use winchester super X's, it's been a while since I've shot it but it seems that I remember getting less than 4" groups at 25yds off of sandbags.
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Old 01-18-2008, 02:34 PM
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The AMT Automag II is now being made by High Standard. I received one for Christmas 1991 with the 4 inch barrel and it is my overall favorite. My dad also has one. We only use Winchester ammo because other brands would not cycle the action properly. I have read that some other brands have changed their ammo and now work in the AMT. Accuracy is one thing this pistol has. My friends and I got together often before marriage and kids, 25+ yards and clay targets freehand were no problem. Whenever I brought the AMT out everyone wanted a turn. Accurate, dependable, good punch, fun, and cheap to shoot. One gun I shall never part with. Warning, very loud and blows fire.
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Old 01-18-2008, 02:38 PM
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The AMT Automag II is now being made by High Standard. I received one for Christmas 1991 with the 4 inch barrel and it is my overall favorite. My dad also has one. We only use Winchester ammo because other brands would not cycle the action properly. I have read that some other brands have changed their ammo and now work in the AMT. Accuracy is one thing this pistol has. My friends and I got together often before marriage and kids, 25 yards and clay targets were no problem. Whenever I brought the AMT out everyone wanted a turn. Warning, very loud and blows fire.
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Old 02-06-2008, 05:36 PM
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Excell Arms

Most people havent ever heard of Excell Arms but they make a 22 mag and 17 Hmr Semi pistol that I have had awesome results with. They offer interchangeable slides and such for the Accellerator pistol.

Heres the website http://www.excelarms.com/newproducts.html

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