I have a Model 69 and I completely agree. I don’t understand why .41 Magnum doesn’t get the respect it deserves.Oh, oh, oh, oh!
I feel like Arnold Horshack.
I have a S&W Model 69. It's a slightly modified version of the L-Frame in 44 Magnum. It's a very good good revolver that could be great.
I wish it was available in 41 Mag. Then I think it would be perfect. It would be perfect for me, anyway. I really like the 41 Mag and think the L-Frame would make a great one.
Just waiting for you...Never understood why the .41 Magnum is the Rodney Dangerfield of revolver cartridges ("No respect ..."). It is a darn fine cartridge. Years ago I had a friend who was a 41-aholic and he wanted a Desert Eagle in said to complete his collection. I did a bit of leg work for him, found one, and he was delighted. (This was well before the online auctions were common.)
Ok.... Let me re-specify. I don't want a shiny bling gun no matter what the "finish," I want them in black. The ones I've seen certainly aren't a tasteful matte stainlessI believe that ALL the .500 Magnums from Smith and Wesson are Stainless Steel and NOT a Chrome Finish.
Any SS Firearm can be made MATTE with the proper amount of Bead Blasting. It's a very simply process but needs to be done by someone who knows what they are doing and has the proper equipment.Ok.... Let me re-specify. I don't want a shiny bling gun no matter what the "finish," I want them in black. The ones I've seen certainly aren't a tasteful matte stainless
Or just buy beef at Safeway. Lol! Sorry but you really want a LOT!An X-frame SW 6-shot .44 magnum +P. With interchangeable muzzle brakes including one with no venting holes for those who dont want a muzzle brake. With sling swivels. And a dial on the front sight making it easy to adjust for different loads all the way from .44 special to .44 +P.