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Old 07-02-2012, 08:33 PM   #11
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I have the 3" cylinder Taurus, I honestly love the feel and weight of it. I just don't like the fact that I can't get a holster ( focus, kydex, etc...) to fit the 3" cylinder model.
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Wait. Hold the phones. A girl with girl hands? I'm astonished. Who woulda thought.
Lololol
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Wait. Hold the phones. A girl with girl hands? I'm astonished. Who woulda thought.
If you watched Seinfeld you would know that some women have "man hands". Haha
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If you watched Seinfeld you would know that some women have "man hands". Haha
Love that show
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Can u tell me what they cost?
It was around $450.
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What are your opinions?
This should say it for me:

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I would sure be interested in the raging judge. It adds 454 casul to the blend.
http://www.taurususa.com/news-detail.cfm?newsID=37
Not sure it is very high on my list tho'
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Sweet! Do u have any recommendations on what Judge to get?



Mine is just the 2 1/2 inch modle with three inch barrel...
It realy depends if u want more of everyday carry or accuracy... I tought about getting the 6inch barrel for hunting purpuses but I also wanted a carry weapon too. The public defender would be best for concealed carry use IMO.
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I have the 3" cylinder Taurus, I honestly love the feel and weight of it. I just don't like the fact that I can't get a holster ( focus, kydex, etc...) to fit the 3" cylinder model.
Have you taken a look at the Blackhawk! Serpa holster? I have one for my 2 1/2" cylinder Judge and, for my needs, it works very well. They also come in the 3" cylinder models.

http://www.blackhawk.com/product/SERPA-CQC-wMatte-Finish,1145,1410.htm

As to the Judge, it certainly is a niche product and a compromise platform. I consider mine to be a "beater" tool, not an heirloom weapon, that I use for a snake gun in the boat or on the tractor or trail. I subject mine to sweaty, dusty conditions, and the SerpaŽ holster works well to prevent inadvertent loss of the weapon in the lake or under the bushhog, and can be easily cleaned afterward. If I'm not shooting shotshells I can step up to the .45 Colt, realizing that in all circumstances this is a short-range weapon. It's not very expensive and I'm not too concerned about using it under austere conditions. For me, it fulfills a need pretty well, and I'm happy with mine.

I have the Ultra-Lite, blued, 3" bbl model, which has been discontinued. Weighs in at 26 oz.
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