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S&W clones the Judge; Taurus raises the stakes with a Raging 28 gauge

This is a discussion on S&W clones the Judge; Taurus raises the stakes with a Raging 28 gauge within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by 18DAI "Does Smith & Wesson have any "good stuff" in their revolver catalog..." The anwer to that question is a resounding NO! ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 18DAI View Post
    "Does Smith & Wesson have any "good stuff" in their revolver catalog..."

    The anwer to that question is a resounding NO!

    Ugly spaceguns with locks and MIM parts. Overpriced junk. Very sad. Regards 18DAI.
    I am a S&W defender. I do think that they could stand to trim 80% of there product line cuz I only like around 20% of what they do anymore, but the key is MONEY. The general public doesn't! It is more profitable to make $300 cheap guns and sell 100 of them a day than it is to sell 1 $1000 really nice gun! it's all about the buisness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crafter32034 View Post
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    That's about the gist of it.

    I did discover a use for the Judge, lately. I met a guy that likes to coon hunt at night; he says at night all he can see is their eyes, and with the .410 he can just aim for their eyes and drop them out of the tree. I'm not a coon hunter, so I don't know if he's truthful or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zacii View Post
    That's about the gist of it.

    I did discover a use for the Judge, lately. I met a guy that likes to coon hunt at night; he says at night all he can see is their eyes, and with the .410 he can just aim for their eyes and drop them out of the tree. I'm not a coon hunter, so I don't know if he's truthful or not.
    That's the way my cousins used to coon hunt 40 years ago. They had a 410 breach loading double barrel pistol. Aim for the eyes and let the hounds have at'em when they fall out of the tree. The shot just knocks them down rather than doing any real damage. Though I don't remember what kind of load they used.
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    You could probably handlooad 28 gauge buckshot, but, personally, I'm waiting for the 12 gauge 3 1/2" magnum version.

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    Could you shoot 45 Auto Rim in this? Excuse my ignorance.
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    Same question I had when the Judge came out - Why?

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