Smith & Wesson has opted to reintroduce a classic to its line in 2013 with the full-time return of the Model 41 pistol. Featuring a few more modern features—most notably a picatinny rail for optic mounting—the classic .22LR pistol made its triumphant return at SHOT Show's Media Day at the Range, and Sheriff Jim Wilson couldn't have been much happier about it. The Model 41 will be available through Smith & Wesson's Performance Center. Sheriff Jim breaks down all the perks of the reintroduced Model 41 in the video below:
Smith & Wesson Model 41
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