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^^ 410 or 45 right?

That is the one I want.

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^^ 410 or 45 right?

That is the one I want.

I heard a lot of bad things about that gun. No offense, I have never used or seen one in person, but this is some of what I heard.

"It doesnt handle 45 colt well at all
None of the 410 loads are well suited for defense. The fact that it is coming out of a pistol makes it worse
Taurus has let they quality control slip. Severel dealer have had problems with the judges.

The only purpose I see is a snake/varmint gun very close
This is not a good self defense gun unless it is loaded with 45lc and you would be better off with a dedicated 45lc gun and it would be more accurate to boot

Please read this


The gun is basically a gimmick"

Again, this is just someone's opinion I guess so take it for what its worth.

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Here are a few that me and my husband has acquired. The first pic is rifles. The second shotguns.

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L to R: Heckler & Koch .22; (mine) marlin .22; another marlin .22; j.c higgins .22; remington model 550-1 .22; henry leveraction .22; marlin .17 HMR; (mine) marlin 30-30; (his) marlin 30-30; remington 30-06; remington 6MM


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L to R: mossberg 184-T .410; (mine) mossberg accu-mag 12 gauge; Remington 870 wingmaster 12 gauge magnum; marlin goose gun; sawed off 12 gauge

we also have a few pistols:
i have a lil' cheap hi point .380.
my husband has a .17; 45 black powder; and a 357

we are hoping to get a youth model 870 express 20 gauge and a Remington 1100 20 gauge over the week end!


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^^ 410 or 45 right?

That is the one I want.

I heard a lot of bad things about that gun. No offense, I have never used or seen one in person, but this is some of what I heard.

"It doesnt handle 45 colt well at all
None of the 410 loads are well suited for defense. The fact that it is coming out of a pistol makes it worse
Taurus has let they quality control slip. Severel dealer have had problems with the judges.

The only purpose I see is a snake/varmint gun very close
This is not a good self defense gun unless it is loaded with 45lc and you would be better off with a dedicated 45lc gun and it would be more accurate to boot

Please read this


The gun is basically a gimmick"

Again, this is just someone's opinion I guess so take it for what its worth.

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Yes it uses .45LC & .410 Shotshell. It's a good "Home Protection" pistol. Max effectiveness with the .410 shotshell is 10ft. Accuracy with the .45LC is as good as any other pistol IMO. Accuracy is also based on the person behind the pistol. Overall I believe "The Judge" is very well suited for what it is meant for. Close quarters home protection or self defense. These videos should be proof of that. Its the video in the link on the top right. http://www.taurususa.com/video/taurus-videos.cfm . Also in reply to the link saying that .410 2.5" shotshell is hard to find. I personally have not found any problem finding 2.5 or 3" .410 shotshell. Also in reply to the link where it was stated that the .410 shotshell only penetrated two 2 liter bottles in which is equivalent to 4.5" inches of penetration into flesh. it was also stated that it is not enough penetration. Is that guy crazy?! 4.5"inches of penetration is more than enough to make me tuck my tail, Lick my wounds & be on my way if I was shot by that. The shotshell he was using was also a modified 3" shotshell cut down to 2.5" in which I dont recommend doing. To each his own right? This is just my opinion... You be "The Judge" :lol:

Another video: http://www.taurusjudge.net/taurus_judge ... -movie.htm

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S&W 22 pistol,Walter P22,and a few others (old school revolvers to look at),sks,and my grandfathers old sniper rifle.

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Holy H3!! that was a huge picture!!

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Looking at getting a S&W 500. The most powerful handgun on the market at the moment. I got a thing for revolvers :lol:

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Great Gun for cheap very accurate. got mine for around 100 bucks, m -38 is also nice ( shorter version) stay away from the m 44 unless u like shotting with the bayonet extended cuz they are sighted for that

Most come with a crappy old shellac but you can strip all that and restain it. Ammo is still cheap for now, about 400 bucks for 1600 rounds shipped to you or a 440 tin for about 84 bucks. Very fun gun to plink or you can mount a scope and hunt with it :)

It is a bit long though.

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Since I'm in Mass, guns are next to impossible to own. I do have a Luger, in storage with my brother down in Texas.
At bedside are a tomahawk and a cutlass.
Not too far away is my pride and joy... a beautiful viking sword by Albion:
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If you've never held one of these, you'd be surprised. Not heavy, not clunky, and capable of delivering a good, solid cut. And not a dsiplay sword... it will survive blade to blade contact, unlike most swords (if you paid less than $300 for your sword, don't plan on using it in battle, as it will break on you at a bad time).

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i've always been fond of midevil battleaxes

i have a good collection of firearms but most of them will be staying in NC on my move to IL atleast for the time being

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very tasteful pics AZKJ

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how do you like your 40 Sig AZKJ?

40's one of my top favorite pistol rounds when I picked up my Ruger in the 40 S&W flavor

I have it in glock too but it took replacing the plastic guide with a steel guide and a heavier spring before it handled like I wanted and kept the business end down

pretty much did the same tuning to my 45's

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JeepinJarhead03 wrote:
i've always been fond of midevil battleaxes

i have a good collection of firearms but most of them will be staying in NC on my move to IL atleast for the time being

Battle axes don't get the credit they're due. An awesome weapon capable of inflicting significant, crippling damage to an opponent.
I have a modest collection of a dozen swords (sabers, claymores, Chinese straight swords, hand-and-a-half swords, etc.) and s few axes.
I'm very tempted to spring for a really nice piece I recently found, a sword of the type featured in Bram Stoker's Dracula - the long, pointy one. It's quite a piece. Just have to decide if I want to spend that kind of money.

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only actual swords i have are marlow white Marine Corps NCO swords

one's sharp, one's not

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JeepinJarhead03 wrote:
only actual swords i have are marlow white Marine Corps NCO swords

one's sharp, one's not

In that case, you're better off shooting them. The current sword mfr. for the U.S. Military is pretty much only a dress sword. For Army NCOs it's even worse... ours is just good for sticking, period.
None of these will withstand actual blade combat. And as I'm sure you know, a blade failure in those circumstances is catastrophic.
I do have a cutlass that works well... imagine your K-bar lenthened by 2 feet, that's the cutlass.

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I sharpened one, it's for cutting Cake :lol:

I doubt I'd even think to grab it, it is however one of the better built NCO sword

if ya want a good multi tool that will double as an axe get a telescoping E-Tool from glock, i don't know how well they have continued to produce it, i've got a Gen 1 version of it and I have beat it to pieces .. or more like.. i've really beat on it, and it's not in pieces , it survived many iraq and afgani deployments as well as other places

it's been ran over by a couple deuce and a halfs

very fine investment


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JeepinJarhead03 wrote:
I sharpened one, it's for cutting Cake :lol:
I doubt I'd even think to grab it, it is however one of the better built NCO sword
if ya want a good multi tool that will double as an axe get a telescoping E-Tool from glock, i don't know how well they have continued to produce it, i've got a Gen 1 version of it and I have beat it to pieces .. or more like.. i've really beat on it, and it's not in pieces , it survived many iraq and afgani deployments as well as other places
it's been ran over by a couple deuce and a halfs
very fine investment
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Every servicemember knows how important cake cutting is! That's a national defense issue!

As far as your multi tool goes... how was it with camel spiders?

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