S&W Mountain Guns

Slimfinn

Handloader
Nov 28, 2018
513
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I had been looking for the 41 for quite some time and finally got it, and in the search came across the 44 at a good price a year or so ago. Now the decision, do i get rid of the 44 now that i found the 41, or do I get silly and look for the 45s and 357 for a full set...

Anyway I'm extremely happy i got the 41, picked up some HSM cowboy action rounds so i could shoot it last week. Have everything i need for reloading except dies, and will be running out to see my brother this coming week to grab a set he has.
 

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JD338

Range Officer
Staff member
Nov 4, 2004
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Very nice. The 41 Mag is a sweet round and has good power. There are times when a step up to the 44 Mag is warranted and you are ready for that if needed. Get the set.

JD338
 

Blkram

Handloader
Nov 25, 2013
1,814
134
Always wanted the Mountain gun in a 41...unfortunately, we here north of the border need a 4.2" barrel to be able to be legal with our handguns (pistol or revolver), so not an option for us.

You should also try to find some of the Winchester 240 gr Platinum Tip ammo in it. Love how it shoots in my NMBH w/ 4 5/8" barrel.

Since you have the two, get the set!
 

Vince

Handloader
May 26, 2012
3,945
5
I carry the Winchester 175 grain Silvertip in my model 58 no dash for bipeds.

The 57 no dash and the Ruger Bisley get my dedicated hunting rounds that pack a wallop. I have a serious affinity for the .410 cartridge. If I need to step up I’ll go with the .454 or a rifle.

Congratulations on acquiring one I’m still looking for. I envy your blessing.

Vince


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Rednek rampager

Beginner
Oct 4, 2020
108
3
Real nice looking pair of 6 shooters you got there.

I agree with the rest of the crowd, you need to keep both & get the rest of the set.


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