Taurus Judge Public Defender Handgun
Fires .45 Colt and .410 Bore Ammunition
Extended Ejector Rod
Red Fiber-Optic Front Sight
Taurus Ribber Rubber Grip
Locking Key Security System
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Product DescriptionThe newest version of the Judge might just revolutionize small frame revolvers. Capable of chambering both .410 bore and 45 Colt ammunition, the Judge combo gun is ideal for short distances where most altercations occur, or longer distances with the 45 Colt ammo. The Model 4510 Public Defender delivers the same devastating firepower in a new scaled-down size that can travel with you. The Public Defender also features a reduced profile hammer that won't catch when it needs to come out quickly. An extended ejector rod provides for positive extraction of fired cases and the exclusive Taurus ergonomic shock absorbing Ribber grip design provides a firm grip under virtually all shooting conditions. A red fiber-optic front sight, a transfer bar safety, and the locking key Taurus Security System are all standard features.
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Q:what size shot would you recomend for personal defencd in the 410 shell ?Asked on 1/18/2010 by Anonymous
A:I would use Buck shot. If it is being used for close range, You probably mean business.Answered on 1/25/2010 by Clint from Lewisburg, PA
A:number 6 would work great big enough to really do damage but small enough to not mess with your bore. 0-0 buck will mess your bore up. if you want a slug use the long colt 45.Answered on 1/31/2010 by zack from clinton, tn
A:I would use number 4 or 6. It is going to give you a good number of pellets and they will be large enough to give you real stopping power. Anything larger ( a smaller number ) will have fewer pellets and will require being a better shot. That is why you also have the option of shooting .45 acp's.Answered on 2/1/2010 by John Big Bubba from Charlotte, NC
A:I came across this new shell/load by Winchester. I am sure that when these are available Gander will carry. To me it appears to be a good load that will have some stopping power when used in close which is where this gun will be used for personal defense.
A descrition follows:
The Winchester PDX1 2.5" .410 gauge round is loaded with three 000 Buckshot sized discs backed by 12 BB sized pellets.
Hope this helps.Answered on 2/1/2010 by John Big Bubba from Charlotte, NC
A:buckshot in 3 inchAnswered on 2/23/2010 by j from white sulphur
Q:do u have the 410 called the judge hand gun...Asked on 1/17/2010 by Anonymous
A:Yes. It is a great gun for home defense. The .45 and .410 rounds will unlikely penetrate a wall minimizing collateral damage should you miss your target.Answered on 1/6/2011 by JimSean from Maumee, Ohio
A:yes i have it . and i uses it for self defence.Answered on 1/20/2013 by big dog from detroit michigan.