An oldie but goodie: The 41 Magnum (VIDEO)

The unappreciated .41 Remington Magnum dates back to the Johnson Administration and was brought about by shooting greats Elmer Keith,  Bill Jordan and Skeeter Skelton– and Hickok45 has a classic S&W Model 57 N-frame chambered in this vintage pill.

These rounds were a compromise between the .357 and .44 Mag, and Keith/Jordan/Skelton petitioned the gun industry that the round and guns chambered for it was needed.

Hickok45 seems to have no problem with the round at all.

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