Smith & Wesson 41

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Summary: The manufacturer’s description and specs, and the average user rating for the Smith & Wesson model 41 pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description

Smith & Wesson’s series of rimfire pistols are ideal for competitive target shooting or recreational shooting. The model 41 is available with 5.5-inch or 7-inch barrels. The 41 pistols are built on a carbon steel frame with a carbon steel slide, and a blue finish. They come with ergonomic, checkered, wood target grips.

The 5.5″ barrel.

Other features include:

  • a precision, button-rifled barrel;
  • a micrometer click adjustable target rear sight with an undercut partridge front sight;
  • a switch-barrel design that allow both 5.5″ and 7″ barrels on one frame;
  • a crisp target trigger factor set at 2.75–3.25 lbs.; and
  • a user-adjustable trigger stop.

Note: S&W’s Performance Center also produces a version of the Model 41 (click here to read about it).

The Specs

Caliber Capacity OAL BBL Weight
.22 LR 10+1 10.5″ 5.5″ 41 oz.
.22 LR 10+1 12″ 7″ 42 oz.


MSRP: $1,288

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The 7″ barrel.

One thought on “Smith & Wesson 41

  1. george g.a.s.

    gasman,i have one 5″barrel, it is s/w 22cal target41,nothing else to say, the best!

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