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Tam is not impressed with the Smith and Wesson Judge clone being decked it out in lasers and stuff. I mean, it’s not like they’d make a tactical one.

And the Judge lever action? That one, though, is actually kinda cool.

7 Responses to “Judgemental”

  1. Canthros Says:

    The Judge carbines are nifty, but my interest in one in .410 is pretty low. I’d probably buy one in 12 gauge, though, just on principle.

  2. mikee Says:

    What? No picatinny rail, laser sights, flashlights, red dot sight, or bayonet? Major fail, I say!

    Why do I get the impression this firearm was developed almost exclusively by a marketing department with wayyyy too much time available?

  3. Hartley Says:

    That carbine may (or may not) be practical, but it sure is fugly.

    Almost like they could have put on a “Dragunov” stock and all those tacticool bells & whistles mikee mentioned and have it look better..

    And I bet making it pump action would work better than a lever.

  4. DirtCrashr Says:

    I don’t get the idea of a lever-action revolver, that combines two action-types into one inefficiency.
    Isn’t there another problem with flame-cutting or cylinder blast coming from the forcing cone gap when you reach up there to grab ahold of something? Revolver meet hot-dog.

  5. Diomed Says:

    The one Circuit Judge I’ve seen had guards in place to deal with the cylinder gap blast.

  6. Standard Mischief Says:

    Now here’s something that should have been built to take a .444 Marlin (or at least a P+ .45-70).

  7. Standard Mischief Says:

    Otherwise, I’d rather get a Ishapore SMLE .410 conversion reamed out to take standard shells. At least that way I’d get a bayonet mount too.

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