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This is a discussion on Charter Arms Magnum Pug 2.5, 23 oz., 41 Magnum. within the Pistols & Revolvers forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; Those are actually pretty impressive velo's out of a snubby. One of my regular customers from way back back when had the .44 Spcl Bulldog. ...


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Old October 4th, 2019, 04:19 AM   #16
 
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Those are actually pretty impressive velo's out of a snubby. One of my regular customers from way back back when had the .44 Spcl Bulldog. I guess I was one of the few retailers that kept. 44 Spcl on hand all the time. But when she brought the brass back the next day, her hand was bruised all to...well, that place down below! So I loaded her some really lite Spcl's that didn't beat her half to death, which she really appreciated. I think it was a 200 gr. RN over 5.0 grn of 231. I told her that if she ever actually had to use the gun she wouldn't notice the difference until the bruises showed up the next day! I like the big bore snubbies but never actually got one as I was pretty invested in the .45 Auto.
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Old October 4th, 2019, 05:16 AM   #17
 
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Thanks for the review. Been considering one of the CA .41 Mags. I think even with the 215 grain LSWC at 800 fps, it would make a great little self defense thumper!
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The 41 is a great round. I have run across people that sold their 44 mags and went to only 41. Its one of the great cult rounds. I like the 44spl, I have a Blackhawk in both. I reload so I just bought the dies for it. I don't have a real need for it but everyone enjoys shooting it.

I'm jealous you have it in a double action, great round for self defense, look up the history on it and you see it was issued to some police depts.
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Have the 32 h&r undercoverette(hate that name) and the 44 spec. bulldog. No problems with either one. Would like to find a 41 mag. (reason to load a diff. caliber) or maybe the 9mm or maybe the 40 SW. Can't forget the 45 acp. Nice.
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Or maybe a 10mm.

I bought the Glock 40 Long slide in 10mm but, due to moving, it's in storage with almost all my toys. Haven't fired it yet.

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