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posted on by JASON MCBRIDE
Agree with above review from Brett. These things are a nightmare in the Taurus Judge. First one fired, jammed the cylinder so it would not rotate to the next shot. Had to fight like hell to get the cylinder open, and then had to use a wooden spoon handle to push the spent shell out of the chamber. Tried these on two different occasions with the same result. My Taurus has the 3.19" cylinder so the business end of the shell was definitely not protruding beyond the cylinder after firing. The problem occurs at the brass end of the shell. It swells and seems to push back out of the back of the chamber slightly after firing, which hangs the cylinder from rotating to the next chamber.
posted on by Joseph Loveland
I have a M6 Springfield Survival and it's chambered in 22LR/410 Shotgun. I have tested this load and it works great in this weapon. If I had to depend in a survival situation on this weapon I wouldn't really worry much at all. Between the 22 LR and the shotgun you can survive.
posted on by Brett Parks
If you have a Taurus Judge, stay far far away from this stuff.<br />
Won't load in the cylinders, and if you do coax one in you'll have a hell of a time getting it out once you fire it. <br />
Might be fine in a .410 long gun for all I know.