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|Bullet Weight||210 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Soft-Point (JSP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.41 Rem Magnum|
The 41 Magnum was developed in 1964 by Remington mostly for large frame revolvers in law enforcement and hunting use. Whether you are looking for a great round to defend yourself with or like challenge of taking down big game with a handgun, the 41 Magnum is just the powerful round for you.
Founded two hundred years ago, Remington is the oldest ammunition and firearms manufacturer in America and is perfect for all your shooting needs, whether you want something top of the line or something inexpensive. These Remington HTP, semi-jacketed soft point, 210 grain, boxer primed, brass cased rounds fire with incredible speed, hit with amazing terminal expansion, and have fantastic penetration, helping you take out deer and boar with ease.
Good Shooting Ammo
Review by Bern
I have fired two boxes of this ammo on the range so far, and have been quite satisfied with it. I'm using it in a S&W 57-1 that I bought over 30 years ago. The cost of ammo being what it is these days, I think the price is quite reasonable. I have bought other ammo from Lucky Gunner as well, and purchase and shipping has always been prompt and well done.
(Posted on 10/19/2020)
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Not bad ammo.
Review by chad
I purchased a box of this a while back. The cartridges were all uniform in appearance and were in very good condition. Recoil was mild compared to my hand loads but I would rate it a moderate factory load. I shot it using a Thompson Center Contender with a 14 inch barrel and a Leopold 4x scope from a rest. I was unimpressed with the accuracy but deemed it serviceable. At 50 yards I was able to consistently hold 2 inch groups. Comparatively, Hornady Leverevolution 190gr was holding steady at 1 inches and my handloads were all 1 ragged hole. It appeared to me that the heavier the bullet being shot the wider the groups. While I wouldn't hesitate to is this as a hunting round for deer and wild hogs it would not be first or even second choice. I find this ammo to be well suited to having fun at the range as the cost is reasonable with the added benefit of doubling as a hunting round and, in a pinch, self defense ammo. As for purchasing this ammo again I might. Its good brass and I always enjoy shooting my Thompson.
(Posted on 12/17/2019)
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Full Magnum Force!
Review by Bob
I have bought 6 boxes of this stuff to date. Two boxes slipped through QC. The bullets were set too deep and were not crimped. I sent an email with pictures and the great customer service of Lucky Gunner replaced them at no cost. These are stout loads. I ran a group of five rounds through my 4 5/8" Ruger Blackhawk over the Chrony and averaged 1776 fps. Yes, you read that right. And it's more accurate than I can be. You won't be disappointed with this round. Did I mention that it's a stout load?
(Posted on 3/26/2019)
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Remington HTP, the best.....
Review by Wyatt
I am a reloader, and I rarely purchase commercial brands of ammo. But, when it comes to quality components, and serious stopping power, I always choose Remington's HTP brand ammo. The price isn't bad for a 50rd box. The quality is among the best on the market. I use it in .45colt, and .41 mag. I have never had a bad round with any round in HTP, and I highly recommend buying a box, when you find them in your favorite caliber! The best stopping power that you can find for the money!
(Posted on 1/20/2018)
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One of the few factory .41 Mag loads.
Review by Wobbly William
I agree with everything in Eric's review. It is a good load but a little snappy when it comes to the recoil. It is my daily carry load in my S&W Model 58. I have taken feral pig with it in the past and it worked great. But as a self defense load you will need to spend some time and effort to get used to it. I had my revolver Mag-Na-Ported and that helped a lot with the muzzle flip.
(Posted on 8/8/2017)
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The Original 41 Mag load
Review by Eric
This was one of the two original 41 Magnum rounds introduced by Remington. The other loading was a reduced velocity version using a lead bullet. The Remington 41 Mag 210 JSP still is a potent round, the same as the initial version over 50 yrs ago.
The price is in my opinion a bit too steep, but the load is well worth it
(Posted on 7/27/2017)
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