Judge vs. Beef ribs

I first used Federal's .410 Handgun load made for the Judge. It has 4 000 Buck pellets. I admit, I didn't think they would be effective as there is so little a charge behind them. I was wrong. I fired at the ribs and the pellets shattered the bone and went right through.
Then I tried Winchester's .410 PDX. This has 3 plated defense discs (like small slugs stacked) and 12 BB shot. This load was impressive. If I had hit a little better (I aimed high), I think the results on the ribs would have been more impressive. But I like the concept. Three big missiles with 12 additional pellets to ensure a lot of holes and torn tissue.
After this, I used standard .410 slugs. It was not overwhelming, but I still wouldn't want to be the recipient.
Lastly, I used .45 Colt LFN. If you've ever fired a .45 SAA or clone, you are already familiar with the performance of this. It's really not any different in the Judge. This round can devastate.

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2 years 31 weeks ago, 10:11 PM

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WASTE OF GOOD MEAT!!!! lol

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All in the name of science. ;)

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