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Free Offer Taurus® Tracker® Judge® Revolver - Stainless Steel Finish

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.410/45 Long Colt

Stainless Steel

Black

Barrel Length:
3"

Round Capacity:
5

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
29 oz.

.410/45 Long Colt

Blued

Black

Barrel Length:
2"

Round Capacity:
5

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
28.2 oz.
Delivering big firepower from an easy-carrying revolver, the Taurus Tracker Judge Stainless Steel Revolver delivers both short- and long distance stopping power in one gun. The Tracker Judge fires both 2-1/2'' 410 gauge shotshells for short distance use or .45LC cartridges for longer distances. Finely tuned rifling in the revolver's 3'' barrel is specially designed to both spread shot patterns in close quarters and accurately guide the .45LC on target. Durable polished stainless steel frame and cylinder. Taurus' exclusive Ribber Grip overlay provides a comfortable, customized feel for every user and every hand size. Transfer bar safety for extra peace of mind. Fiber optic front sight.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great 45/410 revolver I picked up this same model of the Judge at my local Bass Pro several months ago. It is MUCH better than some online reviews state. This is a well made gun with lots of versatility in your ammo choice. It is pretty accurate with the 45 LC and the 410 Slugs, and the 410 birdshot and buckshot have just about the perfect spread at home defense range, especially with the Winchester PDX410 shells. Overall a great revolver that deserves a lot more respect than is given to it. November 4, 2010
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While I wouldn't trust .410 for bears, except in emergency, I'd check out the Hornady Critical Defense 410 Triple Defense.
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Please check with one of the Retail Stores Gun Department (www.basspro.com/stores) or contact Taurus by calling (305) 624-1115. Thanks
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only in dreams. in the real world it shoots only .45 ACP ammo.
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4-in will be more precise at longer range. Depends on what distances you'll be shooting, but the longer barrel is almost always more precise.
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longer barrel = less recoil or muzzle movement, you do the math. smaller the gun, the better it is used for close personal combat situations. 1 inch of length (barrel) length does matter when you are talking about fps, but not by much. It all comes down to the shooter when you begin talking about accuracy with any handgun.
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The great state of California says the barrel length must be at least 18" for any firearm which would use a shotgun shell. So the answer is "NO"
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