Very well said Denton. You expressed my sentiments and thoughts on this particular fire arm rather accurately. I would much rather just have a lever action in 45 colt or a pump in 410 as opposed to something that is neither beast nor fowl. I can see where assaulting the local beer can population at the dump with this might be kind of entertaining...but again I view it more as a novelty item. Rossi and Taurus are notorious for quality control issues from time to time. Customer service can be hit or miss if there is an issue, especially with Taurus.The Circuit Judge is a fine novelty item. Other than a novelty item, I don't see it having a place in my inventory.
Not a bad decison on your part Shotlady. A Mossberg 500 or Remington 870 in 410 would definitely be a sweet little shotgun. I have owned several Remingtons and just got a Mossberg 535 Turkey gun and couldnt be happier. I have had phenomenal tech support with the Mossberg. No I had no issues with their gun, I just wanted a lot of technical support information prior to making my purchase that my dealer couldnt answer.and am inclined to go with the mossberg 500.410 as i am familiar with the brand and am sure of quality.
Than a .410 dedicated shotgun like a WingMaster would probably serve you best. The CJ's are rifled bore for America which means nothing but slug .410 which isn't going to put you ahead of the game for hunting than the .223 with good holllowpoint will. I nice smoothbore .410 with an adjustable choke will open up a different world for you. Even a nice 20 gauge if you feel comfortable with it. Lots of ladies do.I already have 22s in pistol and rifle. already have 223, 40 and 9mm.
12gauge is ttoo much and i wouldnt enjoy shooting it. no reason to go home sore or have something you dont enjoy shooting.
410 allows me to get another gun and not be redundant in novelty
ya i dont wanna need to call customer service. ima go mossberg or remmington.Taurus has great customer service, I used them at least 7-8 times in a couple years, so I know. To stay away from TearAzz that is.Rossi is a step below TearAzz on their family tree with only a 1 year warranty
Rossi at least on their rifles are the same as Taurus as they share the same head quarters in Miami Florida with the same life time warranty on the gun not by owner. I've never owned one of their hand guns but do own 2 of their rifles.Taurus has great customer service, I used them at least 7-8 times in a couple years, so I know. To stay away from TearAzz that is.Rossi is a step below TearAzz on their family tree with only a 1 year warranty
In bird shot, the smaller the number the bigger the pellet - #4 is bigger than #6 for example. The smaller the size, the more pellets per ounce.please tell me the dif in bird shot, buck shot and slug and about chokes n shit. thank you, brandi
Amen, my brother.The Circuit Judge is a fine novelty item. Other than a novelty item, I don't see it having a place in my inventory.
I have a Taurus PT-99 that I like very much more than the Beretta 92 that is a pre '95 gun. Never had an issue with it yet. This seems to be the case with a few of their auto loaders. Their revolvers have been kind of hit and miss especially the newer they are. If you get one thats good, they are really good and well worth the price you paid making them a bargin.I have never had to send a Taurus/Rossi back for service. I only own about seven of them, so maybe I've just been lucky.
Good analogy...accurate but delightfully tacky. Couldnt have said it better!Amen, my brother.
My absolute favorite hanguns are single action revolvers chambered in 45 Colt, and my most used shotguns are my .410's. But putting the two together is like polishing a turd.