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Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by busykngt, Mar 20, 2020.
Killed another copperhead today.
This rattler met its end on Sunday...
I was going to disagree but then I realized you were talking about the snake.
Isn't there a Taurus Judge model pretty close to that?
That said, I prefer to leave the snakes be, unless they're the venomous variety and close to our house.
I actually wish that we had more snakes on our place. And lizards, too. I think that our chickens keep both populations down, unfortunately.
Okay, maybe the longest barrel on the Judge is 6.5"? Still, this looks like it could fit the bill.
My dad bought a Judge a while back; I guess Ii'll need to go try it.
Taurus made the barrels rifled. H&R did at one time offer their single shot 410 with a shorter barrel, called the SnakeCharmer.
The Taurus Judge, or the S&W Governor would both be ideal snake pistols.
Friend bought two Judges for his ranch. He got rid of them after papering them and went to CCI shot shells in his 1911. The shot shell were vastly superior. Side note......if you can find a Snake Charmer, it is great on snakes.
I have one. It works on small game too with the proper shot. When at home, it has buck shot in it.
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Living close to a lake and many stock ponds and wooded area we definitely have our shareof water moccasins and copperheads. Ive gotten to where when im out mowing and weedeating, i carry a taurus judge with #4 shot in it. It would have about 20 notches on it if i where so inclind to carve on my guns. The absolutely the best thing i did for the judge was to replace the crappy grip that it comes with and put a pachmeyer grip on it as a replacement.