As anyone who’s googled “Taurus Judge” knows, there’s been an in progress (and frequently vitriolic) debate over how hard-hitting a adjudicator is, as a mental attitude weapon. Most design acknowledge that the .45 foal is an impressive round, but there’s tremendous controversy over the effectiveness of buckshot from a Judge. I attempted to address this in my video review of the Judge Public Defender Part 2: As A Shotgun, below: However, I’m still exploring ways to quantify equitable how trenchant a hit from the handgun shotgun revolver would be.
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ShootingTheBull410 Tests Wallboard Penetration - The Truth About Guns
If you had to defend your home by firing a gun, what happens if you miss? What effect would a stray shot have if it missed the bad guy and instead penetrated direct a wall? that at the gun store where he works, some of the salesmen wealthy person been selling DRT’s breakable ammunition by telling the customers that “this is breakable ammunition, and it absolutely won’t go through a condominium wall.” The viewer was haunted that this wasn’t true, particularly because on DRT’s own website they say that their ammo is designed to pass direct semi-hard objects specified as drywall or plywood, so certainly it’d go through a wall…right? Would the shot airs a threat to a loved one in an adjoining room, or a neighbor in the next lodging or condominium? I know these tests have been conducted in front on various types of ammo.