New Taurus .410/45LC

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    New Taurus .410/45LC

    Taurus now has several model .410/45LC revolvers out now.

    A 410 Revolver that also shoots the venerable .45 LC. Specially designed frame with elongated cylinder to accommodate all these various shells. So grab a case of 410's and head for the clay bird range. You'll find yourself hitting aerial targets like Annie Oakley. Then head for the steel plate range and practice your cowboy routine with the .45 LC. All in one afternoon with one Taurus 44 TEN! And remember... It's not a bad snake gun, bird dog training gun and handy to have around for other pesky varmints.
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    Thats Different .. course think how long you can load the 45 colts only problem i coudl see is you might be able to chanber a 454

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    Potentially good point Bud - it ain't so much longer than the .45LC.

    I wonder too - as per Contender .410/45LC barrel - the bullet jump with the .45LC is a bit long - not good for accuracy.
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    i know my Ruger vaquaro will chamber 454's in the 45 colt cylinder

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    So,

    do you get Donut patterns with the Shotshells?

    Or does it havesome kind of spreader bore at the muzzle end ?
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    If i had a spreader i dont think you could shoot a bullet through it .. unless its some style of different spreader than they use on shotguns

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    Taurus .410

    They also have it in a 6 1/2" barrel.
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