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41 Mag revolvers

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by osteodoc08, Jul 13, 2011.

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  1. osteodoc08

    osteodoc08 Member

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    Given the recent 41 Mag Assn thread, I've been thinking about all the different revolvers made in 41 Mag. The ones that come to mind right away are:

    1. S&W Model 57
    2. S&W Model 58
    3. S&W Model 657
    4. S&W Model 357
    5. Ruger Blackhawk
    6. Ruger SuperBlackhawk
    7. Ruger Redhawk
    8. Dan Wesson Model 41
    9. Dan Wesson Model 741
    10. Freedom Arms Model 97
    11. Taurus Model 415
    12. Taurus Model 416 Raging Bull
    13. Taurus Model 425
    14. Jager Dakota/Super Dakota
    15. USA Seville
    16. Astra-Lew Horton LE

    What else is out there or permutations of the above? Pictures are always welcomed.

    The reason why I ask is that my wife says I buy too many guns. I made a deal with her that I would only buy non-production 41 mag handguns for the time being.

    *I'll keep updating the list as others suggest another model*
     
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  2. Finprof

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    Smith and Wesson 357. I know it sounds stupid because it is not a .357 magnum, but the 300 series is the Scandium frame lightweight series, just like the 600 series is stainless.
    I have one. It is very light and has vicious recoil.
     
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    Freedom Arms Model 97.
     
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    Dan Wesson 41-Blue DA
    Jager Dakota-Super Dakota-SA
    United Sporting Arms Seville-SA
    Ruger Super Blackhawk Hunter-Bisley and Standard Grip Frame-SA
    Not a revolver but darn fun shoot'n-Desert Eagle Mark VII

    KO
     
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    Lew Horton LE Astra .41 mag, but good luck finding one.
     
  6. osteodoc08

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    Keep up the good work guys.

    It looks like I'll need to get started soon to have at least a representative amount of all of these....or at least most.

    As a side note/question- Who was Lew Horton? I have seen many "Lew Horton" edition handguns, mostly Smith and Wesson ones. Most were short barreled with rounded butt, finger groove grips.
     
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    Freedom Arms model 83.
     
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    The long-discontinued Herter .401 "Powermag"-though I think it might have actually been .40 caliber.
     
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    The .401 PowerMag is a true .40 caliber. Case dimensions are the same as the 10mm Magnum except for the rim and being .030" longer.
     
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    Dan Wesson 7414 (stainless 414 SuperMag which also chambers .41 mag). Hard to find, great collector's gun, price hard to say but upwards of $2k.
     
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