Water Moccasins: Use Case for a Taurus Judge?

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TTAG writers are, in the main, skeptical about the Taurus Judge and Smith & Wesson Governor. John Boch says “No gracias.” Our Illinois correspondent reckons they’re ridiculously unconcealable, and there’s nothing…

LaserLyte Introduces Side Mount Laser for Taurus Revolvers

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Press release: LaserLyte is thrilled to announce the Side Mount Laser (SML) that fits nearly all Taurus revolvers including the Judge, CIA, Protector and Raging Bull series. The new and inventive…

Winchester PDX1 410 Shotgun Ammo Selling Like Hotcakes

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The Taurus Judge is a bit of an odd duck: a revolver that shoots a 410 shotshell. When the weapon came out, gun gurus decried the pistol as neither this…

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Taurus Introduces Judge Public Defender Ultra-Lite

Let’s try it this way: I’ll re-publish the press release verbatim, with my comments below. For 2010 Taurus took the Judge Public Defender and made it even lighter with an…

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Here Come de Judge. Again. To the NRA Show.

Taurus is back. No bull. And this time they’ve brought something like a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Not-So-Nice-Guy to the party. I don’t know if this piece is a lever-action…

Gun Safety: Thinking Inside the Box

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Handguns, rifles and shotguns do one thing, and do it very well: they blow holes in things. This is a good thing—if the hole you’re talking about is one you’ve…

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How Not to Review a Gun: Taurus Judge

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