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http://m.hornady.com/store/41-Cal-.410-190-gr-FTX/


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You in love with those things?


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i havent yet tried 'em in the .414, but the shorty-41 carbine seems to like em....



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You in love with those things?
Just ran across them last night, sez coming soon. Wink I'm always all about new bullets for my favourite cartridge! As a side note, I also seen they've got a 135 30 coming out this year. Same parameters as the 160, 1600-2600. Should make a great all around bullet in the smaller 30s.

Looks like they do well for accuracy, G. Didn't know about the first run but it looks like it's going to be a standard item now. They give no operating parameters but I'm guessing that they were designed with the "Magnum" in mind. I'll certainly give them a try once they're out.


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Youse guys with your 41 carbines. Just when I had determined I didn't need anything else.


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Youse guys with your 41 carbines. Just when I had determined I didn't need anything else.

They're also fun and effective in the handheld versions. Wink


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Yeah, I told myself not to buy any more guns. Then, MGM was running a special on some barrels and I couldn't lay off a 16.5 inch heavy barrel .41 Mag. While it's in a handgun format -- it was my first introduction to the .41 Mag. Must admit I really like what I've seen so far. Now I've got some of those red tip bullets headed to MO! I deeply regret I've neglected the .41 Mag. for all these years -- but I'm going to try and catch up.
 
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That's awesome Mr Mark! I really look forward to your experience as I know they'll be pix of very attractive unwilling participants. laugh


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Mike, I think I've lost my freaking mind -- got two revolvers coming in .41 Mag. Like a little kid, can't wait to get these in the field for some "testing."
 
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Youse guys with your 41 carbines. Just when I had determined I didn't need anything else.

They're also fun and effective in the handheld versions. Wink

BT, yes, I am well aquanted with them in hand held versions. Big Grin. Redhawk, Blackhawk, and contender style.


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Mike, I think I've lost my freaking mind -- got two revolvers coming in .41 Mag. Like a little kid, can't wait to get these in the field for some "testing."
Big Grin Care to share what's on the way? I might happen to have a slight fondness for 41 wheelguns. Wink


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Slight fondness? Eek


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Mike, I know you have an abundance of experience with the .41 Mag. May have to lean on your wisdom and magic loads. I've been pleased with the Encore barrel so much I decided to get this cartridge in revolvers too. I found a Ruger Super Blackhawk Hunter .41 Mag. Bisley -- and sent it to Mag-Na-Port for some enhancements. In a few days I'll be at SHOT and will visit with Bob Baker of Freedom Arms. I know this will be a costly conversation :}
 
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If I've not tried it, G probably has, one of us will be able to point you in an acceptable direction. Wink

I had an fa 83, it was a great shooter! Never did a lot of experimenting with it as I just don't "love" single actions.

Looking forward to your experiences. Wink

Yes, Mark, "slight"! laugh If you could effectively suppress wheelguns, I'd probably not shoot anything else. Wink


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Sounds to me like Mark T needs to step up to the plate now and grab a 41 mag in a lever gun. You need one of those to Mark.


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BigAl52, Funny you should mention the lever gun. One of my editors ask me to throw in a Henry with a .41 Mag. piece I'm writing. This should be fun with the 41!
 
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Sounds good Mark. I will be interested to read what you have to say. I hope maybe you might post a link to the article. Ive been a long time 41 mag fan maybe not quite as big as Mike but close behind. Mike has more 41's than most people have guns all together. Im in the waiting process right now for a Henry carbine to come out in the 41 as I really like how those Henry carbines handle. Even if there are tube fed and have no side gate like the big boys say they need to be quote unquote a real levergun. Smile


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Did anyone ever use these 190 gr on any game. Wonder how they would do on deer? Have a 41 blackhawk but mostly shoot lead in it but my 11'' 414 contender they would be fun to try in.
 
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Anyone here used 1680 in the 41 mag? AA doesn't list it but it seems like it would work.

mark hampton

What part of Mo are you from?

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Steve, Live in Summersville -- Texas County. We sure did have some rain the last few days!
 
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1680 is too slow for the standard magnums. It works in the super mags well, from what I've read. H110/W296 and Lil Gun seem to deliver the best speeds in the standard magnums, ime.

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I'm just outside of West Plains here on 160 East, town was flooded, they shut off electricity for a while, somewhere around here had 9 inches of rain in one day. CC Highway bridge at North Fork Rec Area is gone. I'll stop stealing Mikes thread now.

Mike

I'll mark 1680 off my 'to try list'. I'll experiment some more with Unique, H110 and Lil'Gun, I believe Unique will be my lower powered cast bullet powder and #9 is probably going to be my jacketed bullet powder.

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AA9 is another good one that I forget about. AA also came out with a 410 or 4100, iirc, that's supposed to be on the Lil Gun level. Seems I picked up a can but now I can't remember. There's so many good powders any more, it's hard to pick one...


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I sold Mark T a 14 inch 41 mag contender barrel and with lil gun the velositys were up there with a 414. To the best of my memory (getting old) it was 1700+ fps with a 210 gr bullet also a one hole at 50 yds with 5 shots


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Bumping this old thread to see if any others have had experience with this bullet? Planning to try them in the 41gnr I got from Magman, at some point...


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I had a 15 inch OTT 357 Maxi bull barrel rechambered to 41mag and it has been great with almost every bullet I have used. It provides rifle like accuracy. This developed rust in the groove areas in storage to the point of affecting accuracy. I don't know what happened as I cleaned it the same as the other two barrels I shot that day, the other barrels are fine. When I put this one away I looked down the barrel after cleaning and pushed a patch of oil through it for protection and about 5 months later when I got it out again it was very pitted. Accuracy went from 3/4 of an inch to 3 inches with pretty bad leading. I was wondering if it had a bad spot in the steel?

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Looking for an update on this bullet in a revolver. Is anyone using it? Have a new ruger blackhawk hunter that I would like to try it in.
 
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