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It's only dual caliber? Can't it shoot .454 Casull or .45-70, or will it blow up if you try?
 
Posts: 3429 | Location: Tampa, FL | Registered: February 09, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I don't get the appeal of something this big in a pistol form. I would rather have the Circuit Judge, if I were going to get one.

The S&W Governor is not a bad gun to have. I have a 3" model and it can shoot 45 acp, which is a great bonus.
 
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It's only dual caliber? Can't it shoot .454 Casull or .45-70, or will it blow up if you try?


The Magnum Research BFR will shoot 410, 45LC, 454 Casull and 460 S&W.

Seems the cartridge dimensions aren't what is preventing the Judge from more versatility.




 
Posts: 9269 | Location: Somewhere looking for ammo that nobody has at a place I haven't been to for a pistol I couldn't live without... | Registered: December 02, 2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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A friend was given a regular Judge. With .410 it was 12 inches off poi at 10 yards. With .45 colt it was a good 8 inches off.

Absolute junk.



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Alfred Hornik, Sunday, December 2, 1945 to his family, on his continuing duty to others for surviving WW II.
 
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Three more inches of barrel and it could have a shoulder stock, which would make it a viable HD firearm, but as presently configured, some of Taurus' marketing people need to be horse whipped.


IMO ALL of the team that came up with this monstrosity should be flogged.

I shoot Skeet practice with the 410 so I am very familiar with how weak it is. IMO the 410 is not a good choice for defense. If you want a home defense gun on the cheap get a 12 gauge Maverick 88 and load it up with # 1 buck.


I've stopped counting.
 
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For some reason it reminds me of the old M1 Carbine "Enforcer":



Just ask Patty Hearst...




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Taurus Raging Hard On

 
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I could see hardcore Harley riders getting a couple of these bad boys and wearing them in double shoulder holsters. That would be BADASS! Big Grin


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Posts: 4839 | Location: North Mississippi | Registered: August 09, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Three more inches of barrel and it could have a shoulder stock, which would make it a viable HD firearm, but as presently configured, some of Taurus' marketing people need to be horse whipped.


Bull whipped Wink


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I can’t picture it being shot like a pistol or a rifle.


This might work:



The shield should prevent the shooter from frying his nads.


This made me laugh. Thank you!

I guess you could squirrel hunt with it.


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I see a bunch of silliness. A few may buy one, won’t be me. I wasn’t impressed with the original Judge either.
 
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Add an integrated pry bar
 
Posts: 142 | Location: Fort Myers, FL , USA | Registered: March 02, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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So...it's most obvious competition is what, the .410 Mossberg Shockwave and the Henry Axe .410?

I just KNOW that on my first day back at work after my midweek weekend I'm going to get some damn wild-eyed customer wanting to order one.


-MG
 
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I looked up ladies home companion. I didn't see any firearms, but there were some tools that could be used as a club in an emergency.


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