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    I think it is winchester pdx1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 303british View Post
    The holster is a hybrid Kydex/Leather I made myself. It is actually one I made for my Charter Arms and modified to fit the Taurus. I will make a new one once I get some more kydex.
    I wear it about 3:30, tucked under my undershirt.
    I am impressed. Good job on the holster.
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    I would say definitely go with the 000 Buckshot load. With 4 of those in each shell, you will have 5 x 4 = 20 holes into an opponent.

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    Here are some comparison pictures to my Charter Arms (j frame size) to show the size of the gun.
    I have been carrying it for a few days now and it is really no harder to carry, or more uncomfortable than the lighter and smaller Charter.
    The important part is the grip, it is actually easier to conceal than the Charter.





    Not for pocket carry however, unless you have some very big pockets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by High Altitude View Post
    I am pretty impressed with how well the 000 buck patterned.

    Thanks for the report.


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    Looks like the PD Poly is headed back to Taurus for repair.
    I took it out shooting today and ran a box of the Winchester PDX1, Federal OOO buck, Remington #4, #6, and some Horanady Leverevolution 225gr through it. Everything shot great and I had no issues, but when cleaning it, I found a crack half way in the metal part of the top strap over the forcing cone.



    So I will find out how good Taurus warranty service is.

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    Darn. Good luck.
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    Great range report... I, too, am impressed with the pattern that the buck threw. Looks like the .45 colt grouped fairly well, too. Sorry to hear about the metal failure, hopefully Taurus can get it fixed and back to you soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 303british View Post
    Looks like the PD Poly is headed back to Taurus for repair.
    I took it out shooting today and ran a box of the Winchester PDX1, Federal OOO buck, Remington #4, #6, and some Horanady Leverevolution 225gr through it. Everything shot great and I had no issues, but when cleaning it, I found a crack half way in the metal part of the top strap over the forcing cone.



    So I will find out how good Taurus warranty service is.
    I went and checked mine,no cracks.Guess it is just a defect on yours.Hope they get it fixed in a speedy manner for you.
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    Taurus is sending FedEx to pick it up tommorow.

    I really like the gun, It is a lot of fun to shoot, the PDX1 ammo was great, it hits right to point of aim with a very tight pattern for the disks. We were shooting gallon jugs of water, and the PDX1's throw them about a foot in the air and split them almost in half.

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    Looks like it is plenty effective. That water jug is completely devastated.
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    I want a shoulder holster for mine but there is not much out there.I hear so many horror stories about holster makers I don't know if I want to go that route.
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    Lawman Leather says they make them for all Judges,

    dirtyharry2.html

    They look very nice, but at $250 !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 303british View Post
    Lawman Leather says they make them for all Judges,

    dirtyharry2.html

    They look very nice, but at $250 !!
    Wow! They do look nice,but the price
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    Frontier LeatherWorks has some nice ones too.But,at $200-$400,I will pass.I am sure it takes much talent to produce this quality holster,I cannot justify it for my needs.
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