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    Quote Originally Posted by dondavis3 View Post
    Kkinda like the Ruger LCP is a specialized weapon and it is one of the hottest selling guns in the past 2 years.
    The same reason does account for high sales for both of these guns - buyer ignorance. Don't get me wrong...there are niches in a person's self-defense 'line-up' that can probably be filled well enough by both of these guns. I have an LCP because it is better than nothing at all, for the times I can't have anything else. I dread the thought of maybe having to use it to protect myself or loved ones, but not as much as I dread the thought of having nothing.

    But a lot of these types of guns are purchased by people who think they are a lot more useful, or versatile, than they really are. While I have found something the LCP can do for me that my other guns cannot, I have yet to find such a use for a Judge, personally.

    Maybe I should stop being so narrow-minded and just buy one on the chance that I would enjoy playing with it.

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    Well...I broke down and went and looked up "The Judge"..Why? Beats hell out of me...

    But IMHO...that "thing" is about as useful as a rubber crutch!

    Reading comments as ..."The Judge becomes better suited for solving social disputes of the most unfriendly kind. I see this as an ideal weapon to keep on the car seat to quickly resolve an attempted car-jacking. When a punk jerks the car door open, a face full of number four shot should rapidly dissuade the social misfit from wanting anything to do with your car, and should also render him unable to pass the eye exam for a driverís license for the rest of his miserable life."

    Well..I dont know what states you guys live in...but here in Ohio....you get caught with a loaded firearm...within reach of the driver...and uncased...even if you DO have a concealed permit....your going to be spending some serious time before the Judge ( the LEGAL judge)

    Frankly..if I had MY choice of this or some other weapon....Id take the other weapon even if it was a sharp stick!

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    In Florida if you have your ccp you can have your gun loaded in the seat next to you or anywhere else in your car for that matter. Thanks to the castle doctrine. I mean what good is an unloaded gun going to do you anyway? I rather not carry at all,unless you want to pistol whip your attacker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ledgehammer View Post
    In Florida if you have your ccp you can have your gun loaded in the seat next to you or anywhere else in your car for that matter. Thanks to the castle doctrine. I mean what good is an unloaded gun going to do you anyway? I rather not carry at all,unless you want to pistol whip your attacker.
    Ohio doesnt want anyone to be able to reach over "almost" unseen and get a weapon to be used to shoot a patrolman when he approaches. Ohio is kinda tough on that fact...but its also why you have to take a CCW course for 12 hours as compared to giving the state $40 and 2 thumb prints as SOME states do for a CCW.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sully2 View Post
    Ohio doesnt want anyone to be able to reach over "almost" unseen and get a weapon to be used to shoot a patrolman when he approaches. Ohio is kinda tough on that fact...but its also why you have to take a CCW course for 12 hours as compared to giving the state $40 and 2 thumb prints as SOME states do for a CCW.....
    Well, that law must be really frustrating for a cop-killer, since it makes it against the law for him to have his gun at the ready. There's just no telling how many LEO's have been saved by this brilliant piece of legislation.

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    Agreed that's the silliest piece of legislation I've heard of - we all know how cop killers play by the rules right? Trust me I don't ride with my gun in the seat - if you get pulled over that will get you killed. I can get to it easily though if needed. And it's loaded - I had a cop ask me if it was loaded one day and I said yeah. He said good - it won't do you no good unloaded.

    I got the latest edition of rifleman in the mail and they had the .410 self defense shells in it made by Winchester.

    3 disc shoot out and I think like 9 pellets. It says right in the add it's made for shotguns or the Taurus Judge. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisley View Post
    Well, that law must be really frustrating for a cop-killer, since it makes it against the law for him to have his gun at the ready. There's just no telling how many LEO's have been saved by this brilliant piece of legislation.

    Take it up with the people in Columbus. I just follow the laws...I dont make them!

    But right offhand Id have to say it must do something for the betterment...since the same principal has been in effect for "long guns" for MORE than 60 years!

    NO loaded firearms within reach of the driver; if loaded it must be either locked away; cased or out of possible reach ( such as in the trunk)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ledgehammer View Post
    Agreed that's the silliest piece of legislation I've heard of - we all know how cop killers play by the rules right? Trust me I don't ride with my gun in the seat - if you get pulled over that will get you killed. I can get to it easily though if needed. And it's loaded - I had a cop ask me if it was loaded one day and I said yeah. He said good - it won't do you no good unloaded.

    I got the latest edition of rifleman in the mail and they had the .410 self defense shells in it made by Winchester.

    3 disc shoot out and I think like 9 pellets. It says right in the add it's made for shotguns or the Taurus Judge. Lol
    Oh...so living in Florida and having your CCW and riding around with a loaded weapon on the seat besde you is INTELLIGENT???

    What state do you live in so we can find some assinine ( in other people opinions) laws they have...probably somewhere there is a law that brothers and sisters cant marry...but it seems some broke that law also.!!!

    In Florida if you have your ccp you can have your gun loaded in the seat next to you or anywhere else in your car for that matter. Thanks to the castle doctrine. I mean what good is an unloaded gun going to do you anyway? I rather not carry at all,unless you want to pistol whip your attacker.

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    Oh...so living in Florida and having your CCW and riding around with a loaded weapon on the seat besde you is INTELLIGENT???
    First of all - nobody said it was intelligent, and nobody said they did that. In fact I said it was a good way to get shot if you do happen to get pulled over by LE. A little common sense here. Ok Ohio?

    What state do you live in so we can find some assinine ( in other people opinions) laws they have...probably somewhere there is a law that brothers and sisters cant marry...but it seems some broke that law also.!!!
    Most people with a shred of common sense would be able to ascertain that I live in Florida from my above post. Unfortunately it appears common sense waived bye bye to you a long time ago. No need to get in to personal attacks here. I guess I would get worked up too if I was busted not knowing WTF I was talking about. Since you seem to be a little ignorant on the the carry laws of your home state of Ohio I'll post a fragement here so you don't get in trouble in the future.

    You need to realize - you just got owned with 5 seconds of internet research on your state. HA! There is nothing in your states general law that indicates the gun must be unloaded. and there never was.

    An Ohio CCW license does not allow totally unfettered carry. Any owner of private property can ban concealed handguns by posting a sign in clear view, and most government buildings are off-limits as well as hospitals and schools and most religious places as long as they are clearly marked (to be clearly marked, you MUST have a sign clearly posted by your entrances). Ohio statute ORC 2923.16 allows for three ways for a licensee to carry a concealed handgun in a motor vehicle (which includes motorcycles):

    In a closed case, bag, box, or other container that is in plain sight and that has a lid, a cover, or a closing mechanism with a zipper, snap, or buckle, which lid, cover or closing mechanism must be opened for a person to gain access to the handgun;[200]
    In a closed glove compartment or console, or in a case that is locked;[200]
    In a holster secured on the person.[200]
    This is a change from the earlier version of the bill that required the weapon to be in a locked box or in plain sight and secured to the person.[199]

    On 2006-11-29, the Ohio legislature approved Amended Substitute House Bill 347. This bill would preempt all firearms regulation, thus removing any doubt as to the validity of local regulation of firearms, as well as relaxing the requirements for carrying a weapon in a vehicle. This bill removed the requirement for plain sight if the gun was holstered or in a locked container, and allowed carry in an unlocked but closed or latched container if in plain sight.[201]
    have a good one

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    A) Stop the pissing contest

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    The comment about weapons being unloaded and the action being open or locked away so that a driver cant get at them was in reference to LONG GUNS...and its only been printed on every data sheet included with a hunting license for at least the last 50 uears

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    +1 Todd

    I am on this forum just because you do not allow personal attacks at all.

    I used to visit another forum where you were afraid to ask any question because would jump on anything you said.

    I'm glad you watch out for this.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post

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    I wasn't kidding and it wasn't a "suggestion".



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