Home defense weapons are starting to give me a headache. Back in the day, you had a handgun and a shotgun. You carried one, stashed the other, used the former to get to the latter, or just the latter to make the bad guy splatter. Now we’ve got foldable carbines (Kel-Tec Sub-2000), 14-round bull-pup shotguns (Kel-Tec KSG), a range of shotshell-firing pistols that includes a 28-gauge version they can’t sell (Taurus Raging Judge) and a Judge clone with an additional charging hole (Smith & Wesson Governor). Shall we add the new Rossi (a.k.a. Taurus) Wizard to the list? Oh sure, they’re launching it in .243 Win. and .22-.250 Rem. But “other calibers [are] coming soon.” Even if it doesn’t become a .410 shotgun pistol thingie, an 11″ barreled rifled pistol that looks like a sawed off shotgun chambered in something larger could tap into the current home defense gestalt. Or . . . not. Like I said, I’m confused.