Taurus has made a pretty good sized ripple in the firearms market with its Judge series revolvers introduced in 2005. Here is the Taurus Judge with 4 inch barrel in stainless, chambered for .45 Long Colt and also capable of handling US Made 2 1/2 inch .410 gauge shotshells. Manufacturer is Forjas Taurus S.A. of Porto Alegre, Brazil. Importer and warrantor is Taurus International of Miami. Numbered model is 4510TKR 4SS. Type is traditional double and single action revolver. Construction is all steel metal, matte stainless finish with matching hard chrome trigger and hammer, and steel internal parts. Barrel is 4 inches, with a six groove right hand 1:16 rifled bore that deliberately has shallow rifling. Sights are dovetailed, black steel housed red fiber optic front, with fixed notch frame integral rear sight. It has a .400 semi-target serrated spur hammer, matching stainless .400 smooth faced combat trigger, and beveled low profile serrated thumb latch. Cylinder is 2 9/16 inches long, and the revolver measures 10 3/8 inches overall. The nominal caliber, of course, is .45 Colt, and the bore is indeed rifled as required by the NFA Act of 1933. The forte of this revolver comes with its ability to chamber 2 1/2 inch .410 gauge shotshells. It will NOT handle a 3 inch shell. From our experience, the big three US Made shells work flawlessly, Remington, Federal, and Winchester; while there have been some problems with extracting Italian, Czech and Turkish made shells. This revolver is 5 round capacity; 35 1/2 ounces empty with center of gravity at the front trigger guard junction. It has highly absorbent and pliable factory ribbed rubber grips, fixed notch frame integral rear sight with high-visibility high visibility fiber optic front sight that is encased in steel and dovetailed into the barrel. Safety features consist in the firing mechanism working with flat faced hammer against a floating firing pin like its S&W Governor offspring, and with a transfer bar that requires full depression of the trigger before the firing pin can contact a cartridge primer. It also has Taurus’s innovative hammer lock inconspicuously seated and furnished with two keys. Double action trigger pull is smooth and consistent, 15 pound vicinity. Single action trigger pull is 4 pound vicinity with minimal overtravel. Numbered model is 4510; named model is simply, the Judge. Taurus factory number is 2-441049T. Each Judge comes in its factory box with protective wrapper, instruction manual, two keys, grip removal wrench, statement of factory warranty, and factory registration card. Replacement pricing on Stainless Judges usually exceeds $500 in our area, and they aren’t easy to find, even at that. We’re offering the Matte Stainless Judge in the photos, however, or one of its identical mates, each for only $ 389.00.
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