41 Special Ammo For Sale From Various Ammo Vendors
The .41 Special is a wildcat cartridge designed for revolvers, made to be a less powerful variant of the established .41 Remington Magnum. The cartridge was intended for police work and personal defense, using a 200-grain bullet at 900 feet per second. While proposed as early as 1955, the cartridge remains a niche, custom affair.
Keith and Bill Jordan later proposed the .41 Magnum cartridge, which was formally adopted by Remington Arms in 1964. Thus counter to common practice, a "magnum" offering was standardized before a weaker "special" variant was ever introduced.
In the 1980s pistolsmith Hamilton Bowen revived the idea of a 200gr bullet at 900fps in his custom designs.
About .41 Special
- Type: Revolver
- Place of origin United: States
- Production: History
- Designed: 1963, 1980s
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