Why isn't there a 12 Gauge Judge?
I remember Bob Davidson, Kresser's predecessor, mentioning it in an interview but, as noted, BATFE wouldn't clear it.Taurus made a 28 gauge and it is classed as aow/ short barrel shotgun. To get around that you need 18" of barrel and total overall length within the law. A circuit judge without the stock is too short. Think about the size of the legal street sweeper guns in pump action with a pistol grip and no butt stock. That is 18" of barrel and 8" of action/grip etc.
Not me. I know what a 12 gauge slug feels like on the butt end of a REAL shotgun. No way I'm risking pins in my wrist, not on medicare, yet.Well I know I would buy one if they made it
Not me. I know what a 12 gauge slug feels like on the butt end of a REAL shotgun. No way I'm risking pins in my wrist, not on medicare, yet.
Here, if you just HAVE to have such a thing, it has a folding stock you could take off for proper concealment in your IWB rig........
Some of the down side to the Street Sweeper was first the weight, and secondly it was hell as long as you didn't run out ammo and needed to reload!
does any of this sound familiar?
When I was in the gun business it hit the market and people just raved about it, we sold quite a number of them.
then a customer asked why I didn't have one, I said cause my old pump does the job better.
OH hell no he said so we went to an outdoor range with the thought up scenario of multiple attackers and we might need to sweep the street, I continued to walk and fire and feed the pump from my jacket pocket as I went along, he was doing so good until he ran out of ammo!----------Giggle!!!