Nice jeans Chad
That's a Taurus Tracker in .41 Magnum with a 3" barrel, full ejector shroud, and adjustable sights. Not a bad lookin' wheelgun at all.
The .41 Magnum is one of those lovely oddball calibers; placed between the .357 Magnum and the .44 Magnum in terms of power, it should have caught on like gangbusters. While the .357 Magnum is no slouch in the power department, there's a uniquely American desire to have more, bigger, faster. The .44 Magnum hit the scene in 1955, and it was a little too much, too big, too fast for some; the .41 Magnum came along some 9 years later as a compromise between the nearly-30 year old .357 and the ten year old .44.
Poor bullet design, fewer options than either of the other two calibers, and a unique problem faced the .41 Magnum. If the .41 Magnum was loaded too hot, it was too close to the .44 Magnum and offered little incentive to stay away from the larger brother. Loaded too lightly, and the .357 Magnum proved more powerful. The .41 Magnum had fewer bullet weights available, and fewer bullet options, period, that restricted what could be loaded for this new caliber, and it never really caught on the way it was hoped.
It's still a great gun, and I hope Chad brings it to a bloggershoot so I can try it out... ;)
That is all.