I've long been wanting a somewhat lighter alternative to my favorite .41 mag Redhawk w/5.5" barrel. For some time now I've been contemplating building a 5 shot Security Six in .41 mag for every day carry in the woods and otherwise. It would be quite a bit lighter than my Redhawk and easier to pack. I've been measuring the Security Six and some rather drastic modifications would have to be made to accommodate the full length .41 mag cartridge. All of the frame room would have to be taken up by the cylinder and the end of the forcing cone would have to be in the very rear of the frame, but would allow enough full diameter barrel to retain more than enough strength. I'd think 3" to 4" would be ideal on barrel length. Naturally I'd have to make my own custom cylinder. What do yall think? Sound like a worthy project folks?