The Smith & Wesson Model 41 is a compact pistol chambered in .22 LR. S&W is the largest manufacturer of handguns in the US and is headquartered in Springfield, Massachusetts. S&W recommends the Model 41 for recreational and competitive shooting.
The Model 41 Compact features a carbon steel frame and slide with a blued finish. It includes a single-action only trigger configuration, user adjustable trigger stop, an external thumb safety, and checkered wood target grips. The Model 41 has a 10-round magazine. It’s equipped with front partridge sight and adjustable rear sight. Partridge sights, a common form of iron sights, include a notch and post. The Model 41 also employs a switch-barrel design, meaning the frame accepts both 5.5 and 7″ barrels.
|Grip:||Checkered wood target|
|Sights:||Adjustable rear sight with partridge front sight|
|Features:||External thumb safety; user adjustable trigger stop; and switch barrel design|
|Weight:||2.56 pounds<br />2.625 pounds|
|Barrel Length:||5.5"<br />7"|