I like 2400 and use it for my 44 mag and 357 mag. Seems to be pretty clean burning and accurate. I have not used it for my 41 mag because I don't shoot it that much and have a good supply of factory ammo but will try it when the time comes to start reloading for it. Good luck and let us know how you make out with it.
I've used it with great success in both 44 spl and 44 mag. I like it for mid-heavy loads with lead bullets. I think it loads down better than H110. H110 is good for hot loads, but 2400 is more versatile IMHO.
It is a bit dirtier than H110, but I've heard it's gotten better over the years. Switching my Dillon RL550B over to 44 mag this week and will be trying some fresh batches of 2400. Will report my findings on the "clean burning" aspect.
huntined, I loaded the 41 mag with 2400 and is shot fairly good. I'm going to try some different amounts of powder and see if it groups a little better. I shot some 44 mag loaded with AA #9 and it shot all over the place. time to switch to 2400 in it too and see if it does better.
Well, I've shot some of the latest batches of 2400. I think I can say it is cleaner than the 90s era batches I had last, but not as clean as H110. It reminds me of Titegroup, as it smokes a bit more and is a bit dirtier some other powders. Still shoots great, however.
Elmer Keith, a well known writer and hunter back in the day, used 22 grains of 2400 with a 240gr Keith lead bullet for his 44Mag. He swore by it. One comment he wrote about was he always found a little un burnt powder in the snow in front of him when shooting that load. Mr. Keith was instrumental in the development of the 44 Magnum.