This is a discussion on Judge Ammo tested within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I myself own a Judge Poly PD..I know this handguns limitations..as with all my PD handguns.. I know some people love'em ..some hate'em ..I like'em ...
I myself own a Judge Poly PD..I know this handguns limitations..as with all my PD handguns..
I know some people love'em ..some hate'em ..I like'em
This fellow has some good info..
Those are some long videos.
I'm subscribing to this thread so that I can easily find it again.
I'll watch the vids when I have more time... at work tomorrow
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-- Steven Wright
1950 Colt .38 Police Positive Special
2013 SCCY 9mm CPX-2 Stainless Steel
US Army 1973-1977, 95B
Like the tester, I keep the Judge PD in our night stand with the PDX shot shell loads. My experience at the range was similar to that shown in the videos! The only down side is the trigger pull and recoil which my she who must be obeyed doesn't like!
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I carry my Poly at times..but it resides at my bedside...no safe time
I've never heard of anyone hunting deer with a .410, buckshot or slugs. I would hunt with a .44 spl lever action.
My favorite "gun" book-
QUANTITATIVE AMMUNITION SELECTION
I went through this exercise selecting ammo for my .410 derringer. I have acess to 45 Schofield for plinking.
Can you use colt 45 +P big fat 350 gr in these?