What is a 410 pistol good for?
410 shotguns loaded with shot shells are well suited for small game hunting and pest control; including rabbits, squirrels, snakes, rats, and birds. A . 410 loaded with 1/4 ounce slugs is effective against larger animals such as coyotes and deer.
Is there such a thing as a 410 pistol?
410 revolver was the single-action Shot Pistol. Also called the M4-410, the gun was loosely based on the styling of the Colt single-action revolvers of the 1800s.
Is the Taurus judge any good?
The Judge is a solid choice for taking to the range for some casual target shooting, but I think it really shines with clay shooting. And the Judge retails for around $450, so it’s not wildly costly for a fun gun either, especially if you can find one secondhand.
Which is the best 410 revolver on the market?
1 Taurus Judge The Taurus Judge is perhaps the best-known .410 revolver on the market. 2 Smith & Wesson Governor Our next pick comes from Smith & Wesson, and I think we can all agree S&W knows revolvers. 3 Magnum Research BFR
Can a 410 bore be used as a shotgun?
It’s enough to make you dizzy! You see, 2.5-inch long .410 bore shotgun shells will fit in a .45 Colt chamber. And under the NFA, a gun has to have a smooth bore to be legally considered a shotgun. So since revolvers and pistols have rifled barrels, they don’t qualify as shotguns even if they are capable of firing .410 shells.
Are there any companies that make 410 bore revolvers?
Unfortunately, the company that made these guns is no longer is business. Currently, there are three companies making revolvers that will chamber .410-bore shotshells: Taurus, Smith & Wesson and Magnum Research.
Is the Taurus Judge 410 a concealed carry gun?
But before we delve into this Taurus Judge .410 Revolver review, let’s get one thing straight. This gun is by no means an ideal self-defense weapon, a concealed carry revolver, or really meaningful for any serious applications. Though, we think it does have a “scare factor” for potential carjackers and home invaders.