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A size up from the standard Taurus Judge, the Judge Magnum has a 3” chamber rather than the Judge’s 2.5” chamber. The Judge Magnum is capable of firing 45 Long Colt or 410 shotgun shells and is available with either a 3” or 6.5” barrel. The more powerful 6.5” barrel provides added power while maintaining flexibility in ammunition selection. The double-action Judge Magnum comes standard with a rubber grip, fiber optic front sight, and the key operated Taurus Security System. Shallow rifling of the barrel means the Judge is not a short barrel shotgun under the NFA, though it is illegal in California due to that state’s more stringent gun laws.

• Capable of using 45 Long Colt as well as 410 bore shotgun shells
• Fiber optic front sight
• Key operated Taurus Security System
• Shallow rifled barrel

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