Yes sir, I remember that picture very well. For some reason, my finite mind automatically (like a F-16 flyover) went to a Revolver when you mentioned the 41 mag. 'cause I didn't know that Marlin made the 1894 in that caliber . Then my mind went directly to the .35 Rem. and began to process data to help answer your question.Hey greyhawk...remember this picture from the reloading thread? A .41mag FG.
I'm hanging on to mine!!
Since I got my .41 mag. pistol I decided to see if I could buy a Marlin in .41 mag. Ideally I'd like to trade my pre-64 (1952) Winchester mod. 94 in 30-30 for one.
You know it sounds good at first to have a Pistol and a Rifle in the same caliber but very rare will both shoot the same load well. So for most instances you would have to load ammo for the Pistol and the Rifle Separately. And there goes the great two gun same ammo thing out the window lol.
jester this is very true, but still from a logistics point, one set of dies, one type of case, one type of primer and different powders and bullets. this only applies if you reload for them. but in a pinch, you could still shoot the same ammo in both. i do like the idea of a rifle and pistol chambered in the same caliber.You are right Jester. I use different loads for my sixshooter than my rifle. Most of the time they never even go out together, but I still like them.