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Old 07-10-2020, 08:48 PM
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Exclamation How about a firearm that was specifically designed for Vehicle Defense?

This is my Taurus Judge Magnum, my designated Bedside Home Defense Firearm, but there is also the smaller Taurus Judge and Public Defender Poly which would make excellent Vehicle Defense Firearms. There's also the Taurus Raging Judge that would make an excellent Wilderness Firearm.

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The Taurus Judge was originally designed and market for Vehicle Defense, allowing you to load everything from less-than-lethal Rubber Buckshot, to the real deal 000 Buckshot, all the way up to the legendary man-stopper, the .45 Long Colt.
Say what you want about the Judge, but it's hard to argue that a faceful of Buckshot at point-blank range wouln't be sufficient for repelling a carjacker or anyone else who might try to attack you while you're inside your car. (Although I'm sure that some will try...)

Don't trust Taurus? No problem, Smith & Wesson has you covered with the Governor, their own rendition of the Judge with a lightweight Scandium Alloy Frame, Melonite FNC Finish, Tritum Front Sight, and 6-Shot Cylinder which has been cut for Moon Clips, so in addition to .45 Long Colt and 2.5" .410 Bore Shotshells, it can also shoot .45 ACP +Ps!

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This is my simple solution to the problem. Made by "By My Side Holsters".
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I have a console vault. it's good if I am going into my office as I can make my pistol more secure. I just received a set of magnets for under dash, I will mount it this weekend



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