I'd call $1000 a bargain for that .
.41 Colt is an obsolete caliber. If anyone still manufactures it, which I doubt, it is impossible to find. Most that I know that use it cast their own bullets and roll their own cartridges. It started out as a heeled bullet, like the .22 rimfire. In later years they went to a hollow-base bullet that can flare to engage the rifling. Cimarron Firearms offers their version of the M1877 (single-action only) in .41 Colt.Wow, that ammo is hard to get, too? Is it because of the recent run on all ammo, or is the 41 always hard to get?
I bought one box a few years ago for $80. It was the only box of .41Colt I've seen around this area since. Forgot the brand. It was one that frequently puts out various old caliber/cowboy loads. I didn't even have a gun for it at the time but just wanted it. As others have said, most reload their own.Wow, that ammo is hard to get, too? Is it because of the recent run on all ammo, or is the 41 always hard to get?