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    thats what i'm talking about

    sorry if this ones been posted. i just seen it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7bGZ...eature=feedlik

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    Point blank with a 410 shot and still got away.boy somebody somewhere is hurting lol.good for her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunman View Post
    Point blank with a 410 shot and still got away.boy somebody somewhere is hurting lol.good for her.
    agreed I would hate to be shot by anything that goes BANG.
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    Damn momma! Hope the sorry POS that she hit died off somewhere.

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    Don't blank with a women, you never know what she is carrying. This goes out to all the scum bags who try to take control of women. I say thats one for the sister and zero for the low life piece of sh%t that tried to rob her.
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    That's why I have my firearm with me at all times. Like a fire extinguisher, you never know when you will need it.
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    i sent our mayor a copy of this video and a note saying it's a good thing she wasn't in one of the cities parks; aka "gun free zones"

    i would like to see a follow up of this story

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    she might have been using bird shot in it and that's why he didn't go to the hospital....

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    awesome!

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    .410 from judge

    Quote Originally Posted by js5439 View Post
    she might have been using bird shot in it and that's why he didn't go to the hospital....
    It doesn't really matter what she shot. The Judge lacks the ability to get any shot up to velocity.
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    .410 isnt birdshot...its made for the judge.

    i need more that 5-6 shots. my 17+1 will do the job. thats 9 rounds a piece for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kylemoul View Post
    .410 isnt birdshot...its made for the judge.

    i need more that 5-6 shots. my 17+1 will do the job. thats 9 rounds a piece for them.
    410 is a shotgun caliber for kids to hunt small game with, and it is almost always bird shot shells you find
    410 has been around for many more years than the judge

    the judge is a gun designed to fire the 45colt and the 410 shotgun shell
    some people do load these guns with 00buck and other shots that they find online mostly but from what i have seen people with the judge load it with #6 bird shot

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    i thought the 410 was ment for the judge...hmm must have read wrong...

    seems unproductive to shoot bird shot for self defense unless they have the 00 or something. she should of just got a 45

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedom First View Post
    That's why I have my firearm with me at all times. Like a fire extinguisher, you never know when you will need it.
    As soon as I read this I got a chuckle........because I carry 3 fire extinguishers in my rig. I only carry one firearm tho I have 2 extra full mags plus an extra 50+ rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by js5439 View Post
    410 is a shotgun caliber for kids to hunt small game with, and it is almost always bird shot shells you find
    410 has been around for many more years than the judge

    the judge is a gun designed to fire the 45colt and the 410 shotgun shell
    some people do load these guns with 00buck and other shots that they find online mostly but from what i have seen people with the judge load it with #6 bird shot
    Actually some people MISTAKENLY think a .410 shotgun is for kids. It is actually a shotgun that should be used only by experts. This is because of its' small load of shot and its' sparse pattern at anything more than 15 yards.

    A proper shotgun for Kids starts at a 32 gauge (quite rare) goes through a 28 gauge (rare) and into a 20 gauge (quite common). I do believe if you were able to buy a shotgun anywhere in the world you would also be able to find 26 and 24 gauge shotguns.

    Many experts will recommend the 28 gauge for anyone less than approximately 14 and a 20 gauge for older kids.
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    then i guess thousands of kids are experts because they are using 410 shotguns to hunt small game
    as was i when i was little and were thousands maybe millions of people over the last century

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    In this picture of my mom you can see my Stephens .410, my 1st real gun, my 16 ga Ithica, dad's 12 ga Ithica vent rib and his varmint rifle. I started with the obligatory Daisy lever action and moved up to a Crossman .117 pump before I got the Stephens and then the 16 ga Ithica. That little .410 took many squirrels, game birds and a few rabbit in its day at my young hands!

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    See if this woman followed the Brady campaign she would probably have been killed by those 2. Too bad she wasn't able to get off another 4 shots in their asses when they were running away.

    HOOOOOOORAY!!! for shooting a punk in the ass.
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    The "Varmint Rifle" appears to be a Winchester Model 100. also somewhat rare depending on caliber. Do you remember what it is?

    Sorry, off topic, but, curiosity got the best of me.

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    Sorry, I was 11 when that was taken and wasn't a true gun nut yet... I just liked shooting/hunting with my dad! I want to say .223 or a "Swift"... something along those lines. My mom died of cancer a few years later and we lost everything fighting her illness and it was sold somewhere along the way.
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    I own a Taurus Judge W/ 6 1/2" barrel. Some "regular" .410 shotgun shells will not fit into the cylinder (brass to big of a diameter). There is actually a .410 (shotgun) shell made for pistols, it says right on the box .410 for pistols. I am at work now but will post a pic later...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldCurlyWolf View Post
    Actually some people MISTAKENLY think a .410 shotgun is for kids. It is actually a shotgun that should be used only by experts.
    That may very well be true today, but these days there's a lot more selection than what my grandfather had when he was a kid. Even that one was a hand-me-down when one of his older brothers went to work for the railroad. Their choice included a .22, .410, 20 gauge, and 12 gauge. His father owned the 12 gauge. One of his older brothers owned the 20 gauge. He got the .410, and one of his other older brothers kept his .22.

    That's all they had, four firearms in a household of eleven folks.

    Many experts will recommend the 28 gauge for anyone less than approximately 14 and a 20 gauge for older kids.
    I was eleven the first time I shot a 12 gauge, and I scored one better than my father shooting DTL trap. Boy, was my shoulder sore! You're right - that was too much for me at that age.
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    The Judge, I have the "Public Defender" model, will shoot 45 "long colt" or .410 and you can mix and match. The rounds available are NOT just birdshot anymore.

    Several factory rounds are available specifically for the Judge. One holds 000 buck and gives a decent (though small) spread at self defense ranges (remember the Judge has a very shot barrel so spread begins quite rapidly. I carried those rounds when I carried the Judge until PDX rounds came out. They consist of three copper plated disks with bb sized pellets behind them. Even better spread with the three disks remaining fairly close (but with some spread) and the bb's spreading out behind them for a little extra chance at "winging" an assailant (think take out an eye).

    All that said, the barrels are simply too short to develop any kind of muzzle velocity as compared to the 45 "long colt" rounnd which is a superior pistol round.

    I still carry the Judge, with PDX rounds and 45 "long colt" when I'm in the woods (good for snakes) but my daily carry is now an FN 5.7 with a spare mag (42 rounds of rifle ammunition in a lightweight, low recoil, high capacity (20+1 +20 in the spare) package.
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