Personal Defense TV: .410 Revolver Tactics

Personal Defense TV: .410 Revolver Tactics

Carrying a revolver such as the Smith & Wesson Governor or Taurus Judge has become a popular choice among many folks.

Having the option of firing either .410 gauge or .45 Colt loads through the same firearm is an advantageous personal defense choice. However, using .410 loads introduces several new situational factors to consider in a self-defense scenario.

In this segment of Personal Defense TV, we examine the terminal ballistics and tactics of using different .410 gauge loads in defensive situations.


Find out if carrying a .410 revolver is the right option for you, and be sure to tune into PDTV Monday nights at 9:30 ET on the Sportsman Channel.



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