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So, Are Magnums Dead?

Cartridge preferences are shifting these days, and there are more magnum cartridges out there than ever before. So, why is no one talking about them? Are belts and blazing velocities things of the past? Has America cured itself of Magnumitis?

Throwback Thursday: Capabilities of Magnums

Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this article from May 1965, the author explains the determination and calculation of factors important to the effectiveness of rifle-ammunition combinations.

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.

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