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A little closer to the second option, I think. A lot of parts will directly interchange. These were made (IIRC) in the late 80s/early 90s, and did cause some friction between Ruger and AMT, but I don't believe it actually went as far as a law suit.

It drops right into a Ruger stock, and fits like a glove...
 

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Those are nice rifles from what I remember. They made really nice stuff back then. I knew a guy that had a cased set of consecutively serial numbered .357 Automags. The .44 Automag was my childhood dream gun thanks to Mack Bolan and the Executioner series of books.
 

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Made in the USA,sweet.
 

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Were these done under license or a blatant copy/ripoff?
Probably the same "arrangement" between Kel Tec P3AT and Ruger LCP.

Initially the same remarks were made ref. Ruger's product.
 

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Amt went thru several incarnations.AMT stood for Arcadia Machine and Tool out of california. They moved to a new location many years ago though I for get where. They also mad a 30 carbince semia uto pistol and some long slide 45 acps. If I remeber correctly the main complaint was incocnsistant quality control.
 
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