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Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by glockzombie, Jul 2, 2012.
What are your opinions?
Fun toy. Nice marketing job. I guess a bit of birdshot in the face would sting as bad or worse than mace and it won't wash off.
As a .45 Colt it's bigger than it needs to be.
I think having one would be great. I love the grip and it's very comfortable to hold. I agree, it would stop whomever is coming at you.
Just a "wannabe" muti-caliber.....
I personaly own a judge and have shot winchesters pdx1 and some heavy soft tip .45 colt rounds and I do believe it will stop just about anything in front of it.
Sweet! Do u have any recommendations on what Judge to get?
I have the polymer frame and I love it. The grip is a bit small but I plan on replacing it with a slightly larger one.
Can u tell me what they cost?
I like the grip because it is small. I have girl hands........
Wait. Hold the phones. A girl with girl hands? I'm astonished. Who woulda thought.
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.
If you watched Seinfeld you would know that some women have "man hands". Haha
Love that show
It was around $450.
This should say it for me:
I would sure be interested in the raging judge. It adds 454 casul to the blend.
Not sure it is very high on my list tho'
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.
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.
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 Serpa® 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.