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Review: Charter Arms .41 Mag Pug

The Charter Arms Mag Pug revolver hits harder than a .357 Mag. without bulking up to a .44 Mag. size frame.

A Hard Look at Henry Lever-Actions

A relatively young company, Henry Repeating Arms has risen to become a significant maker of American long guns—and it did so primarily with lever-action rifles. Here’s an in-depth look.

Shooting Drill: The “Bearosaurus Rex”

One of the evergreen debates is the best “adventure” or “backwoods” sidearm, most often in the guise of some form of powerful caliber suitable for engaging a non-human apex predator, usually a bear.

Ammo for the Forty-One

Back when I was shooting IHMSA and loading my own ammo, I became a devotee of the middle magnum—the .41.

Hangin’ In: The .41 Magnum

For sheer perserverence in the face of adversity, you can’t beat the grand old .41 Magnum. Although this so-called “middle magnum” was never on the top of the heap in revolver cartridge popularity, it stoutly withstood repeated efforts to cancel it out. This business of a revolver that was not just a supplement to the sporting rifle, started with the .357 Mag. in 1935.

Justification for Existence: The .41 Rem. Mag.

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

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