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Kick on a Judge

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by XxWINxX94, Feb 22, 2010.

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  1. XxWINxX94

    XxWINxX94 Member

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    Recently bought a Judge carbon fiber (I think thats what it's called) with stainless trigger, cylinder and ejector switch, and 3'' Barrel.

    Haven't been able to shoot it yet, but planning on taking it to the farm in early spring. I can envision what the .45 recoil is, but the .410?

    Does anyone have any Judge stories?

    Thanks
     
  2. LRS_Ranger

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    I shot one of the ones with the shorter barrel. Kicked like a mule, more than my SP101 in .357. However, the grips are very well designed and absorbed the energy pretty well. Fun little gun.
     
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    Shot one as well, 45lc not so bad, 3" 410.....wowza! Hold on tight it's gonna be a bumpy ride. Not so bad that I didn't want to immediatly shoot 5 more though. Certainly a fun gun . We shot clays with it like the "box-o-truth" guy, which was great...
     
  4. Dimis

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    i own a stainless 3x3 (3inch barrel 3inch magnum chamber)
    the recoil for me wasnt too bad with .45colt
    the recoil goes up a bit with 2.5 .410 shells and of course what they are loaded with
    bird then buck then slugs
    then there is a slightly more forceful recoil with the 3 inch shells again
    bird then buck then slugs
    none of these i would say are uncomfortable but you will notice it

    as for your gun is it the new polymer public defender ive never seen or heard of a carbon fiber model have any pics?
     
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