The .45 Colt/.410 handgun market has been driven and defined by the popular Taurus Judge series of double-action revolvers. With the success of the Judge, other manufacturers have released new or redesigned models in order to provide dual-caliber shooting options for this growing segment of the market. Here are some of the models currently available:
With the popularity of .45 Colt/.410 handguns, ammunition companies were bound to introduce specialized loads. But do loads like Hornady’s Triple Threat perform as advertised?
American Rifleman’s Christopher Olsen tests a lightweight, semi-automatic shotgun chambered in .410-bore.
Rossi's Tuffy lineup of shotguns is available exclusively in .410 Bore, and it's affordable, to boot.
I still remember the look of extreme loss and grief etched on the mother’s face as my father and I sat in her living room. The despair so clearly displayed was over her son dying during aerial combat in the skies over Korea.
Slap me upside the head and call me stupid. The Insider is supposed to have his finger on the pulse of the industry to predict trends, foresee developments and anticipate changes. However, I’ve completely missed one of the most remarkable handgun innovations in the past five years, the surging popularity of .410 revolvers.