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    Taurus Circuit Judge question

    Can you shoot the 45colt rounds and the 410 000buck and bird shot without changing choke tubes? Like all of the above in one cylinder? Or do you have to change tubes to use the bird shot effectively? I understand that bird shot patterns better with the tube installed. Question at hand is , can you shoot all/any ammo in a cylinder if you are in a defensive situation, or only load certain types if you think you may be in that situation?
    I have a 3" Judge, wondering if this is the perfect compainion as a long gun.
    Any and all opinions will be appreciated.
    Thanks, Robert.

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    Re: Taurus Circuit Judge question

    All the literature I see says 'yes,' as long as you have one of the tubes in. Choose which tube you want for whether you'd rather have down-range .45LC accuracy or better .410 patterning, but as long as those threads have something over them, you can shoot anything.
    "Pray harder and shoot straight!" --Dustin Ellermann, 'Top Shot' Season 3 Winner

 

 

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