Taurus Raging Judge in New 28 Gauge Caliber

Personal protection, home defense and sport shooting are easy work…

Personal protection, home defense and sport shooting are easy work for the latest Taurus® Raging Judge that fires the larger, more powerful 28-gauge shotshell. The first Judge of its kind is ready to take on whatever comes your way. Whatever “it” happens to be.

The Taurus Raging Judge in 28 gauge comes equipped with the distinctive “Raging Bull” cushioned insert grip for reduced felt recoil and its strong, ordnance grade steel frame is built to take everything the revolver dishes out. Additional features include a single-action/double-action trigger and highly visible fiber optic front sight.

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Available in blued or matte stainless finish with a 6.5 inch barrel, the Raging Judge in 28 gauge has overall length 13.75 inches and weighs 67 ounces. Like all Taurus handguns, the unique onboard Taurus Security System® allows users to securely lock the gun using an inconspicuous key-lock. Taurususa.com.

Load Comments
  • they could make the taurus xxviii legal if they come out with a 55 caliber bullet

  • FatherPatriot

    I see many new 28 gauge slugs and buckshot loads in the near future…..

  • Rick

    The page in the What’s New for 2011 catalog now appears to be “locked” – it’s grayed out and the photos and content won’t click and enlarge…

    http://www.taurususa.com/2011newcatalog/?catalog_page=6

    …not sure what this means, but it doesn’t look too promising.

  • HeyJoe12

    Awesome! Let’s hope they produce it!

  • Awlhattin O’Kaddle

    At 67oz unloaded, most will need a cart to tote it around.

  • No standard caliber interchange? What I really LIKE about The Judge is its ability to throw bullet OR shot. I’m not as sure about a handgun dedicated to shot only as to single projectile. What kind of target/big animal with teeth will this thing be able to do?

  • Forewarned76

    There used to be a 28 gauge shotgun that held fifteen rounds. It looked like it was built like a Street Sweeper, and was sold by Sears…