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    Not to me, that thing is as ugly as a Russian car! I wonder how long before they land in court when someone gets their digits around the cylinder gap.
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    Default There's alway a limited market, just for the novelty.

    Beyond that, I think it depends on how well the cylinder cover works.

    With a folding stock it might make a passable survival gun.

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    Wheweee, they even got it fancied up with a jet age "Monte Carlo" and I think I may have glimpsed a whiteline spacer.

    That baby is the ugly duckling for sure.

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    But you can get it in smooth bore or rifled and I'm sure the stock slips off and a judge grip could replace it.

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    yea it will sell! to me! I have liked the pistol version (tauras makes i think) but hard to get here. That will make a great trapline gun! Thanks for posting it!

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    I an not believe any one thinks that more than a .22LR is needed for a trap line. It must be due to the long range of more than 6".
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    Wow, the "circuit judge". Can't wait for the "Judge Roy Bean" to come out. Then the "Supreme Court Judge". Then "?" Leave it to Taurus.

    Dang it, the worse part about it is that I kinda like it. Might be a great bedroom/hallway gun. Nah, stick with the 12ga pump I guess. When does the 45-70/.410 "Alaskan Judge" hit the market?

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    Well if the .410 and 45/70 were realy interchangeable with that long cylinder a 45/70 would fit no problem and it is with-in the pressure range of the hotter 45colt.

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    I think they are doing a 454/410 and if they did 460/410 so the bullet wasn't half a mile off the cone they may have something.
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    454/410 would work for me in a short revolver rifle... So will THAT be the "Alaskan Judge" then?
    If ONLY it wasn't a Taurus. C'mon S&W.

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    It's a shotgun, no a handgun, no a rifle, no a double action revolver, no it's it's it's.....


    what the heck IS it?

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    Default I agree...

    Why not make it shoot .460s? As it is, it's the answer to a question not asked.

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    The H&R 45colt/.410 will not handle the 454 Casull safely. The frame is only proofed to 30,00psi.The H&R 45colt BC will handle the 454 and 460 with chamber work as the frame is proofed at 65,000psi. Even the good outfits like Bond Arms say no 454 in the 45colt/.410 guns even though they fit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amigo Will View Post
    The H&R 45colt/.410 will not handle the 454 Casull safely. The frame is only proofed to 30,00psi.The H&R 45colt BC will handle the 454 and 460 with chamber work as the frame is proofed at 65,000psi. Even the good outfits like Bond Arms say no 454 in the 45colt/.410 guns even though they fit
    454 and 460 won't chamber in a 45 judge, there is a small shoulder in them, or at least there is the one I played with. I think they are beefing up the judge with the double locks and heavy everything for the 454 model, like a super judge or something. I don't remember the details but remember thinking if it will do 454 pressures and is long enough for a 410 why not do it in 460.
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    I'd still rather see it in a S&W product (or equal) if we're going to shoot 454 or 460's.
    Just sayin.

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    for the 454 model, like a super judge or something.
    "Supreme Court" Judge, I'm tellin ya! (LOL)

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    If they go to the 454 or 460 I hope they call it the Alaskan Judge Folta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADfields View Post
    Not to me, that thing is as ugly as a Russian car! I wonder how long before they land in court when someone gets their digits around the cylinder gap.
    There's a piece of steel to shield idjits' digits on both sides. I've always wanted a revolving carbine. I think I'd rather have one in .500 S&W though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .338-06 View Post
    There's a piece of steel to shield idjits' digits on both sides. I've always wanted a revolving carbine. I think I'd rather have one in .500 S&W though.
    Mee tooo, and MADE by S&W!

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    Smile what...

    What is that thing? I thought the .410 was a caliber and not a gauge. Where are the speed loaders and shoulder holster?

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