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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Shopping for a .41 Mag

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    May I suggest , being the 41 is on the decline and the 10mm is ascending, you might want to get a 610 instead. Between 40s and 10s you'll have much greater choices in ammo and moon clips are fast fast fast.
    I already have a S & W 610 wheelgun.

    Just looking to add the .41 to the lineup.

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    Default Re: Shopping for a .41 Mag

    Quote Originally Posted by pagunparts View Post
    I have a DW .357 Pistol Pak w/ 4 barrel lenghts

    I also have a .44 VH Comp
    Awesome. Rarest I have is the .41 and a Stainless IHMSA cut .445 Super Mag with a spare barrel and shroud.

    Then a dozen or so various 357, 22 guns. And 1 357 pistol pack.
    www.Steelvalleycasting.com is your new home for coated bullets and custom ammo.

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Shopping for a .41 Mag

    Of my S&W .41 mags , my Lew Horton 657-CH is my favorite.

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    I ordered this 7 1/2in bbl Ruger Redhawk .41 the day I saw Ruger introduced it , and used it for many years in metallic silhouette shooting. Did pretty good out at with the SSK 295gr TC bullet at 200yds.

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    I don't speak English , I talk American!

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Shopping for a .41 Mag

    Here is my herd of .41's, love the caliber, had a few 44's and decided they where to beaucoup for me, the 41 is much more pleasant to shoot even with stout loads. 20 gn of H110 over a Hornady 210 gn XTP is my standard field load, 7-8
    grains of Unique with a berrys plated 210 is a great plinking load

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    I am juggling some funds for one of the Charter Arms Mag Pug 41 snubbie, probably just a range toy, my S&W 649 fills this slot Mo'better. although when the clothing permits I do carry the 657 mountain gun with the Winchester 175 gr silvertips, it is my go to woods and trail gun and with the crimson trace laser grips... a fine carry sidearm

    The Dan Wessons are tough to find, I've only seen one or two in the wild. Im patiently awaiting the PGC to allow straight wall handgun cartridges in slug gun reg areas like many other states have allowed to take the Henry out for deer

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Shopping for a .41 Mag

    I had a 57-1 in 6” and it was perfect but I dont reload and ammo was tough to find so I let it go.
    Go head, skin it. Skin that smoke wagon and see what happens.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Shopping for a .41 Mag

    Mag-n-Ported .41 Mag Redhawk for sale on the Ruger forum http://www.rugerforum.com/phpBB3/vie...?f=41&t=279891
    Ron USAF Ret E-8 FFL01/SOT3 NRA Benefactor Member

  7. #17
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    Default Re: Shopping for a .41 Mag

    Quote Originally Posted by Xringshooter View Post
    Mag-n-Ported .41 Mag Redhawk for sale on the Ruger forum http://www.rugerforum.com/phpBB3/vie...?f=41&t=279891
    I looked - it's a 7'5" barrel ( I want a rarer 5.5" version )

  8. #18
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    Default Re: Shopping for a .41 Mag

    Quote Originally Posted by pagunparts View Post
    I have a DW .357 Pistol Pak w/ 4 barrel lenghts

    I also have a .44 VH Comp
    .41 Mag fan and a DW fan here. I have the Redhawk 7 1/2' and a DW 741 with 8", 6" and 4" VH Barrels. I want a 41 in a lever action rifle. And yes I'm sure to add a Smith with a 8 5/8" some day...no hurry on the Smith. Dream revolver would be a DW 7414 Super Mag. But They look to be going for $7000+ if they ever come up. Would also love to find a United Sporting Arm Seville in .41 mag.

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    Default Re: Shopping for a .41 Mag

    I'd be hard-pressed to pass on the Md 57 4".

    Best of luck in your search!

  10. #20
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    Default Re: Shopping for a .41 Mag

    Pulled the trigger ( pun intended ! ) on the S & W M57 4" revolver. Beautiful bluing, faint turn line on the cylinder, target hammer, target trigger, SWEET !! ( no box ).

    Still looking for the Ruger Redhawk 5.5" barrel, as well ( would buy a DW too ! )
    " it's two am, the gun is still warm "

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