Originally envisaged as a law enforcement and hunting cartridge, the .41 Remington Magnum faced mixed reviews from the LE community following its 1964 introduction. But handgun hunters found that the .41 Mag. offered energy levels and trajectories comparable to the .44 Mag. without the latter’s stout recoil and attendant muzzle blast. The underappreciated cartridge fills a niche between the .357 Mag. and .44 Mag. and, when using the recipe below, is capable of taking all non-dangerous game at reasonable ranges.
Latest Loads: The .41 Mag.
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Watch this segment of American Rifleman Television's "I Have This Old Gun" to learn about the history and development of the United States' first standard issue bolt-action rifle, the Model 1898 Krag–Jørgensen, chambered for .30-40 Krag.
True Velocity, an entrant in the U.S. Army's Next Generation Squad Weapons system trials, highlighted that its composite-cased 6.8 mm cartridge can be employed in current firearms by simply switching out barrels.