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.
Let's face it, sometimes we mess up and strip out a screw head. Sometimes it's stripped due to corroded threads. Nonetheless, with a few simple tips and proper tools, you'll be well on your way to loosened fasteners.
A quiet trend has begun in firearm industry and, judging by the response, the approach could quickly spread. While more and more gun companies are holding highly successful free events that provide fans a chance to take their latest models for a short “test drive” at a range, a pair of precision-rifle companies have launched something very different.
Watch American Rifleman staff on the range this week with the Franchi USA Affinity Turkey Elite in 20 gauge, a package designed for the pursuit of wild turkey.