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.41 Remington Magnum
         
 

Introduced in 1964 in the Smith & Wesson Model 57 revolver, the .41 Magnum was originally conceived as the ideal cartridge for law enforcement use. Two factory loadings were developed by Remington, one for general police duty, the other for use by state troopers who needed more power and greater penetration. The police load consisted of a 210 grain lead bullet at 1150 fps while the high velocity load featured a jacketed soft point bullet of the same weight at 1500 fps. In law enforcement circles, the .41 Magnum proved to be less than successful, but as hunting cartridges designed by a major manufacturer to be used in revolvers og, it is second only in power and popularity to .44 Magnum. In addition to the Smith & Wesson revolver, the .41 Magnum chambering is available in the Ruger Blackhawk and Redhawk, and in the Desert Eagle gas operated autoloader. As a big game cartridge, the .41 Magnum has always played second fiddle to the slightly more powerful .44 Magnum, but when both are used on deer size game, the difference in their performance is not great enough to write home about. This probably does not hold true when larger game, such as moose and elk at woods ranges, is on the agenda which is a moot point since only a few hunters use revolvers on game that size. 

This text is based on information from “Cartridges of the World”, Hodgdon reloading manual, the cartridge designer and/or own resources.

   
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Alliant 2400
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ID: Bullet weight: Bullet name: Powder:
205 265 grs
Cast Performance Bullet Co. H4227
211 200 grs
Speer J.H.P. 2400
227 220 grs
Speer Keith style half jacket Lil Gun by hodgens
229 210 grs
Remington Flat Nose / Bulk 800X
232 200 grs
Remington H.P. / Bulk 800X
258 265 grs
LBT 250 H110
259 265 grs
LBT 230 LFN WW296
260 210 grs
Hornady JHP H110
261 265 grs
LBT 250 HS-6
300 210 grs
Speer GDHP Alliant Blue Dot
344 215 grs
Oregon Trail lead Unique
345 215 grs
Oregon Trail lead Unique
362 220 grs
Lyman 41059 Unique
394 220 grs
Sierra JFP H110
413 210 grs
Bull-X Bullseye
423 210 grs
Hornady XTP H110
424 170 grs
Sierra JHC H110
425 170 grs
Sierra JHC H 110
440 210 grs
hornady hp/xtp hodgdon
592 200 grs
fp blue dot
624 210 grs
Lee 410-210 TL 700X
647 210 grs
SWC Cast from wheelweights Winchester 296
713 255 grs
Cast Performance WFNGC Enforcer
714 200 grs
Hunters Supply Cast FP Hodgdon Clays
715 200 grs
Hunters Supply Cast FP Enforcer
 
                 
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