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    Firearm question

    Can someone tell me the barrel lenth on The Judge .410 pistol.I can't look it up from here.I had a argument with a friend that "knows way more then me about guns" and I would like to settle it.He has been shooting for about 4 years and me over 30 but he's never wrong.I could be on this one I said in Canada it is prohibited so that means the barrel length is less then 4 1/8 inches or less then 105mm.
    Should I start marinating the crow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgtrillium View Post
    Can someone tell me the barrel lenth on The Judge .410 pistol.I can't look it up from here.I had a argument with a friend that "knows way more then me about guns" and I would like to settle it.He has been shooting for about 4 years and me over 30 but he's never wrong.I could be on this one I said in Canada it is prohibited so that means the barrel length is less then 4 1/8 inches or less then 105mm.
    Should I start marinating the crow?
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    You are both correct.Kind of. I have no idea how Canadian handgun regulations effect what is ACTUALLY available up there.


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    I can't open the link from here can you cut and paste it? Our net nanny filters out all weapons sites.
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    We have 3 classes of firearms.Non restricted restricted and prohibited.I have a restricted license.
    Prohibited Firearms - Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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    Taurus makes TONS of Judge models with many different barrel lengths.

    From a quick look, 6.5" is the longest and 2.5" is the shortest.

    There are different cylinder / chamber lengths too.

    Can you open a PDF? http://www.taurususa.com/pdf/taurus-Catalog-2016.pdf

    Good Luck!
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    Awsome..I can't even open that..Grrr.The picture we looked at looked to be a very short barrel....Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgtrillium View Post
    We have 3 classes of firearms.Non restricted restricted and prohibited.I have a restricted license.
    Prohibited Firearms - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
    Is it possible to transport a revolver, 454 casull. from Washington to Alaska. It is registered and I carry a concealed permit. The barrel is 7in.
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    Come and live in America. We are still the land of the free and home of the brave.

    Unless you're a felon you can enjoy firearms here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plumbstraight View Post
    Is it possible to transport a revolver, 454 casull. from Washington to Alaska. It is registered and I carry a concealed permit. The barrel is 7in.
    Not through Canada.It may be possible but the paper work would be a royal pain and your permit is no good here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgtrillium View Post
    I can't open the link from here can you cut and paste it? Our net nanny filters out all weapons sites.
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