"those who sacrifice liberty for the sake of security deserve neither"
Judge 3" magnum
Millennium G2 PT111
Millennium G2 PT140
PT92 ----- TCP PT738
US Army / Army Reserve / Mississippi State Guard
The idea is to proof yourself against the possible liability before a situation happen. That can be done more so with the PT145 that it can with a multiple projectile thrower.
Even with a shotgun the person using it has to aim well at the invader/s.
If using the Judge for defense scenarios please just keep that im mind is all.
Both, I've got one of each, and a 12ga in the closet for backup. I just like having guns close though.
I hold the opinion that the Judge is a great choice for home defense and the PT145 for every day carry. The way I see it (and I may need glasses) is that buckshot has less of a chance of missing an invader in the middle of the night and less of a chance of punching a hole into the neighbor's abode if you are off some or miss completely. Where as during the time when you are carrying, you will be more alert and would be more in a situation where multiple projectiles might be more of a liablity than a help where there might be a bunch of people in say a restaraunt, convenience store, or a bank. That's all just my opinion. That and about $2 will get you a cup of coffee depending on where you get your coffee.
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
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