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Product DescriptionThe powerful and reliable Taurus Judge never fails to hand down a sentence. Capable of chambering both .410 bore, 2-1/2" shotgun shells and .45 Colt ammunition, the amazing Judge is ideal for short distances, where most altercations occur, or longer distances with the .45 Colt ammo. Taurus has finely-tuned the rifling to spread the shot pattern at close quarters or to guide the .45 caliber bullet to the target. The exclusive Taurus ergonomic shock-absorbing grip design provides a firm grip under virtually all shooting conditions. This revolver features an exclusive bobbed hammer, a five-shot cylinder, and a fiber-optic sight.
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Q:The photo shows no hammer-so what is the difference between a bobbed hammer and hammerless? Since it is double action/single action, the hammer must be somewhat exposed to use the single action option, right? Also, tho not a question about the weapon, does anyone know if any states with concealed/carry allow you to use shot shells in a handgun?Asked on 8/13/2010 by Johnboy from central Illinois
A:The hammer is there, it is just concealed. That is what a bobbed hammer is.Answered on 11/13/2010 by Stephen from NC
Q:Is the kick excessive? Old man, infrequent shooter.Asked on 6/8/2010 by rv113 from Earth, TX
A:The Judge was my first pistol, I've only used .410's so far(the 45's were hard to find were i live), and the kick is not bad at all. My first shot I had the Judge in a death grip. I've heard that the .45's can kick fairly hard but that can be said for any .45. The ribbed rubber grip is designed to help with the recoil though. Just make sure to wear ear protection. I left my ear plugs at home the first time and put 3 boxes of shells through it, My ears were still ringing next day and would randomly ring for a minute the next few days. It is much louder then even a 12 guage or the other rifles we were shootingAnswered on 6/14/2010 by WKUEE from Bowling Green,KY
A:Barely kicks at all. My 13 year old son was shooting it last year. He loves it also.Answered on 6/15/2010 by bgravedoni from Ishpeming Mi.
A:no the kick isnt very noticeable its a very lightweight roundAnswered on 6/27/2010 by Bryce from florida
Q:What is the empty weight of Gm41320Asked on 5/14/2010 by DUCKBILL from iNDIANAPOLIS
Q:Is there the option to get this gun from gandermountain with a exposed hammer? And for no additional price?Asked on 4/17/2010 by Kylec from Alabama
A:i dont know about the price part but yes you can get it with an exposed hammerAnswered on 5/25/2010 by bryce from florida
Q:CAN U LOAD 45 ROUNDS AND .410 SHELLS AT THE SAME TIME, FOR INSTANCE 3 OF EACH?Asked on 3/16/2010 by BONER THE BONER from BOWLING GREEN, KY
A:It only take 5 rounds, mix and match to get 5.Answered on 3/22/2010 by BIG DAVE from KNOXVILLE, TN
A:Since it is a five shot, I don't think loading three or each would be an option.Answered on 3/24/2010 by Stillively from Knoxville,TN
A:I don't know where you would put the sixth round as it only has a five shot cylinder, but yes, you can mix your loads up . 2 shot shells and 3 45's or any other combo.Answered on 3/23/2010 by jerry from perkasie, pa
A:ammo can be mixed,however it would be difficult to load 3 of each since the weapon is of 5 shot capacity.Answered on 3/28/2010 by captianjg from northville, mi
A:it only holds 5 rounds and you can mix your load.Answered on 5/17/2010 by Al from Ocala , Fl
Q:Does the Taurus night court judge come in a 3" barrel & cylinderAsked on 3/12/2010 by Eagle Eye from Indianapolis, In
A:yes.Answered on 3/18/2010 by billy bob from orhia
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