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Ruger .44 Mag. Blackhawk Single-Action Revolver

A great revolver in an awesome caliber.

Smith and Wesson Model 29

In the years immediately following World War II, experimenters had been developing ever more powerful loads for the .44 Spl. cartridge. It was natural that a more powerful counterpart to that round should be developed in the same way that the .357 Mag. evolved from the .38 Spl.

S&W’s Big .44

Developed in 1954 and '55 and announced in January of 1956, Smith & Wesson's .44 Mag. has been a consistent favorite of the shooting public for over half a century.

Smith & Wesson Model 29

First introduced as the Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum in 1955, the Model 29 was the original .44 Mag. revolver—and it would go on to attain nearly unparalleled levels of fame in the wheelgun industry.

A Look Back at the Smith & Wesson Model 29

This classic revolver is what spawned the big-bore magnum handgun frenzy.

Magnum Research Mark XIX Desert Eagle 10-Inch .44 Mag.

Borrowing from time-tested semi-automatic rifle designs and combining them with some unique solutions of its own, Magnum Research was able to successfully launch a semi-automatic pistol capable of firing magnum-caliber ammunition.

Hornady Critical Defense .44 Spl. Ammunition

Hornady Critical Defense .44 Spl. ammunition combines "premium" performance with modest recoil.

Lipsey's Exclusive Ruger Bisley Super Blackhawk .44 Mag.

This short-barreled single-action packs a punch for personal protection in the great outdoors.

Justification for Existence: The .41 Rem. Mag.

Is the .41 Rem. Mag. a has-been cartridge? What's your take?

Winchester Razorback XT .44 Rem. Mag. Ammunition

Designed from the ground up for hunting feral hogs, Winchester Ammunition's Razorback XT gives you an edge in the field when using a .44 Rem. Mag.-chambered handgun or carbine.

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