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Old 08-10-2011, 05:23 PM   #21
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Yea also the m2 as well it's still going strong as ever but you're right it's amazing that with all the technology we have his weapons are still the best

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Yea also the m2 as well it's still going strong as ever but you're right it's amazing that with all the technology we have his weapons are still the best
My friend at work and I were discussing this. He said it might be because they didn't have radio and TV back then to distract them They just worked all the time he was lumping in Einstien and Edison and the other greats of that general time period.
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Old 08-24-2011, 06:15 PM   #23
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I have two Judges, 3" and stainless 2 1/2 inch with the lower track to put a light on. Both have failed me beyond 25 shots and had to be sent back to the factory at my expense. I don't think taurus made them strong enough to handle a .410 shot shell. Both came back after 6 weeks at the factory with cyliner adjustment. I am going to trade them in for a S&W Govenor,

I not only want something that I can keep by my bedside, but one that I can enjoy at the range.

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Having owned a Judge I can say the S&W Governor is a much better revolver, both in terms of quality and functionality. Not only is the Governor a lot of fun to shoot being more accurate and comfortable than the Judge, it is a very practical multi purpose handgun.

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