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oh yeah lol i have people looking when i shoot my ruger super redhawk alaskan with 44 mag +P at the indoor rangePulling the trigger on a large caliber handgun in an enclosed space can be a bit of a shock even with hearing protection.
My brother has a Dan Wesson or S&W SA/DA revolver and a pistol, though I don't remember the manufacturer, in 41 mag. He's always liked the caliber.
Like you I prefer the older Blackhawk models but I'm looking for one in .357 mag. I know Ruger made the Blackhawk in 41 mag but they didn't seem to be very common in that caliber. I had a couple of the early Super Blackhawks in 44 mag but they departed at some point. Greedy exes......
Here's a nice example of a newer Blackhawk in 41 mag in my favorite barrel length of 4 5/8".
Ride Safe. Dr.Tramp.............