been waitin for the local guys here to get in a short barrel judge in stainless and the 3in cylinder , last price on them was 449.00 the new blued 6in they got in are now 529.00 ouch , anyone else seen this?
Gee I wish someone had told me that before I bought 5 and fired them. I just wanted to see but they are not accurate at all, compared to a 200 or 225, or 250 grain 45 colt.texas shooter said:I maybe wrong but I think you can't shoot slugs in them.
Naw, I sell roof replacement! I started working for a new roofing company doing estimates and selling people on using them for repairs and replacement. I could make a few bucks, but so far I am out $500 start up equipment that I needed.VegasGuy said:Robby, did you recently take up selling bridges, too? ;D
Yeah, I would never buy another 410 slug, I just did it to try them one time to prove what I already know. They not worth a darn in the judge.SgtKnuckles said:Your Slug is your .45LC... It uses the Rifling... The .410 Slug is to Small a Diameter to touch the sides of the Barrel, and Rattails down the Bore and KeyHoles (tumbles) down range... That why you only use Shot & Ball .410 Scatter Gun Shells in the Judge...