41 Rem Magnum Ammo
41 Rem Magnum Ammo History & Info
The .41 Remington Magnum was introduced in 1964 to bridge the gap between the .357 Magnum and .44 Magnum. Though originally intended for law enforcment at a time when jacketed hollow point bullets were not widely used, the .41 Rem Mag is mostly found in the sidearms of hunters today. It is a flat-shooting cartridge that is powerful enough to take a variety of game while still producing less kick than the larger .44.
Notable firearms firing .41 Remington Magnum ammo include the Ruger Blackhawk, S&W Model 57 and 58, and (new for 2016) a variant of the Henry Big Boy rifle. Ammo is available from a variety of manufacturers including Federal, Winchester, and of course Remington itself. Loads in this caliber typically fire a heavy bullet in the 180-240 grain range at a muzzle velocity of 1,150-1,400 feet per second.
There are no products matching the selection.