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The .44 Remington Magnum, or simply .44 Magnum (10.9×33mmR), and frequently .44 Mag, is a large-bore cartridge originally designed for revolvers. After its introduction, it was quickly adopted for carbines and rifles. Despite the ".44" designation, guns chambered for the .44 Magnum round, and its parent, the .44 Special, use 0.429 in (10.9 mm) diameter bullets.
The .44 Magnum is based on a lengthened .44 Special case, loaded to higher pressures for greater velocity (and thus, energy). The .44 Magnum has since been eclipsed in power by the .454 Casull, and most recently by the .460 S&W Magnum and .500 S&W Magnum, among others; nevertheless, it has remained one of the most popular commercial large-bore magnum cartridges. When loaded to its maximum and with heavy, deeply penetrating bullets, the .44 Magnum cartridge is suitable for short-range hunting of all North American game—though at the cost of heavy recoil and muzzle flash when fired in handguns, less so in carbines and rifles.
200rnds - Tula .308 = $100
140rnds - .44mag = $130
110rnds - .410 pdx def & critical def = $ 80
90rnds 38 special various types = $65
$350 takes all of it
Cash or trade for 30 carbine ammo
Pick up tualatin
For sale is a Colt Anaconda in superb condition:
- Stainless .44 Magnum
- 8" Barrel
- Extremely Low round count
- Includes Original Case and all Paperwork
Asking $1,800. Please PM any questions and thank you for viewing.
So, there is no denying the reoccurring fetish for pistol caliber carbines and submachine-guns. Be they lever-guns, semi-autos, or select-fire; love'em. Light, handy, and uses pistol/revolver calibers we keep. Some are surprisingly accurate. Others not, but aim low, squeeze, and a string of...
I want to buy your Taurus Ultra Lite 444, 4" barrel with matte finish. Listed "price" is completely negotiable. I can include 1000 rounds of target 9mm as part of payment. When you reply, please include firearm condition, your location and your asking price. Thanks, Ron
For sale is a Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum, Model 29-3
- 6" Barrel
- Nickle Finish
- Double Action
- Textured Wood Grips
- Cedar Padded Display Case
- Excellent Condition
Asking $1,400. Thank you for viewing and PM any questions.
Hello Fellow NW Firearm Members,
I am seeking a 44 Magnum Revolver, and I am interested in finding the following characteristics:
- Ruger, Smith and Wesson or Taurus
- 4" to 6"
- 5 to 7 rounds
- Single action/Double action
- Ruger Redhawk, Super Redhawk, Alaskan (I know it's 2.5")
- S&W 629 or...
Comes with 3 magazines and a pistol case. .44 magnum is cheaper to shoot and easier to find or reload ammo than the alternative .50 AE. Well cared for, cleaned it every time after shooting and stored nicely. No surface rust but some surface wear. A dream to own but by no means a collectors edition.
Like new in box Smith and Wesson 629-6, I put two cylinders through it and put it away.
$800 or trade for one of the following:
Vz61 scorpion in 7.65 Browning (.32 ACP)
Zastava M57A Chrome + cash or ammo
Nagant M1895 revolver + cash or ammo
Desert Eagle .44 magnum or .50 AE + cash on my end
I travel for work in some rather barren areas and have wanted a high caliber pistol mainly for target practice (gets kind of boring in the middle of nowhere), but serves the secondary purpose of black and brown bear defense and generally just to feel safe in some of the seriously off map...
Up for trade is a Like New In Box(less than 50 rounds fired), in all honesty I wanted this gun for years, researched it for some time but never saw one show up in person at any of the LGS's I frequent until last week. Payed a little more for it than I should but I didn't care at the time...
Ruger Super Black hawk 7.5” barrel with a Simmons 4X32 scope. Comes with basic shoulder holster. 50 rounds of HPR 240 grain TMJ ammo, 40 rounds of Hornady custom 300 grain XTP hollow points, and 10 rounds of shotshell.
Selling for 850 and or trading for a Marlin .45-70
One I keep bouncing back to from time to time is a Uberti 1873 in .357 Magnum or, most preferably, .44 Magnum. Of the variants, this one in particular:
I see decent reviews online, but don't know much about them. (The only 1873 I have, albeit quite limited, experience was an original in...
For sale is a brand new set of Lee Carbide Reloading Dies for .44 special/.44 magnum. Includes the carbide sizing die, the powder through expanding die and the bullet seat and crimp die. Also includes a shell holder and powder scoop.
Somehow ended up with 2 sets of these, but only...
There is no secret that I find pistol caliber carbines and submachine-guns ever so neat-o. We don't have single bolt-action in the battery, being the rifles and carbines are all semi-auto (or select-fire, once ATF approves our latest antics) or lever-action. The Ruger 77/44 looks neat. It...
So, I am finding this has become more and more the "do everything" cartridge at our home. We live in the sticks, so defense could be against two-legged varmints and most species of animals that live in this state, including black bear and wolves. We have a lever-action carbine, a double-action...