Friday, September 30, 2011

Gun Nut Question of the Day

So, the Smith & Wesson Governor, S&W's answer to the Taurus Judge, goes the Judge one better by chambering .45ACP as well as .45 LC and .410 gauge shotshells.  As I understand it, it is based on a "stretched" N Frame.

What is to prevent them from putting a combo .45LC/.45ACP cylinder in an otherwise standard Model 625...?

1 comment:

DaddyBear said...

Money. Although if the Governor sells well, they may come to see that there would be a market for this kind of thing.