Smith & Wesson Model 41

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Smith & Wesson Model 41

The Smith & Wesson Model 41 is a highly regarded semi-automatic pistol known for its exceptional accuracy and reliability. It is designed for target shooting and competition use, offering superb performance for both recreational shooters and serious competitors.

This pistol features a single-action operation with a crisp and light trigger pull, allowing for precise and controlled shooting. The Model 41 is chambered in .22 LR, which makes it an excellent choice for cost-effective training and plinking.

The frame of the Model 41 is constructed from high-quality carbon steel, ensuring durability and longevity. The ergonomic grip design provides a comfortable and secure hold, allowing for enhanced control and recoil management.

Match Grade Barrel

One of the standout features of the Model 41 is its precision barrel. It has a match-grade, 5.5-inch barrel that is meticulously crafted to deliver exceptional accuracy. The barrel is also removable, which facilitates easy cleaning and maintenance.

The Model 41 is equipped with an adjustable rear sight, enabling shooters to fine-tune their sight picture for optimal accuracy. The pistol also has an accessory rail for the attachment of optional optics or other accessories.

2 magazines

Reloading the Model 41 is effortless, thanks to its detachable magazine with a 10 shot capacity. The magazine release button is conveniently located and easily accessible, allowing for quick and efficient reloads.

Overall, the Smith & Wesson Model 41 is a top-tier pistol that embodies precision and performance. Whether you're a seasoned competitor or a recreational shooter looking for a reliable and accurate .22 LR pistol, the Model 41 is a superb choice.

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