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.
A detailed study on lives saved by the actions of armed, law-abiding citizens, issued on Aug. 31 by the Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC), found the number reported annually by the FBI reflects a mere fraction of the real figure.
The NRA Foundation’s online “Firing into Fall” Auction ends Monday, giving potential bidders only the weekend to get their bids in.