Blued Rossi Circuit Judge 45LC / 410 18.5″ Single/Double Shotgun

SOLD FOR: $705

WOA#: WY240202JT006

Make: Taurus, Rossi

Model: Circuit Judge

Serial Number: EX3630

Year of Manufacture: Modern, Post 2012

Caliber: 45 LC / 2.5″ .410

Action Type: Single Action, Double Action Revolver

Markings:The right side of the frame is marked with the taurus logo and  “Braztech L.C Miami FL EX3630 made in Brazil By Taurus. The Barrel is marked “EX3630 .45LC /410G

Barrel Length: 18.5″, 3″ Chamber

Sights / Optics: The front sight is Fiber Optic. The rear sight is open “U” notch with fiber optic. There is a top picatinny rail for custom scope mounts.

Stock Configuration & Condition:The stocks are a hard wood two piece stock.There is some finish loss in some of the scratches on the left side of the buttstock. The Hammer and trigger are case colored. There is a top picatinny rail. The LOP is 14″ from the trigger to the back of the fixed stock. The stock rates in about very good overall condition.

Magazine Quantity & Condition: No magazines. This is a 5-shot revolver with one integrated cylinder.

Type of Finish: Blued

Finish Originality: Original

Bore Condition: The bore is bright and the rifling is sharp. There is little to no visible erosion in the bore.

Overall Condition: This long gun retains about 99% of its metal finish. There is some operational wear on the cylinder. The screw heads are sharp and pins are unmarred. The markings are clear. Overall, this handgun rates in about Fine condition.

Mechanics: The action functions correctly. We did not fire this handgun. As with all used firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance requirements.

Box, Paperwork & Accessories: Leather Sling

Our Assessment: Once upon a time, in the 1850s, Colt designed the first repeating rifle adopted by U.S. military. It was pretty much their original handgun design elongated. Unlike those early repeating revolver rifles, the Rossi Circuit Judge shouldn’t be in danger of experiencing a chainfire (when all the chambers loaded with black powder accidentally catch fire and go off at once) and it also stops hot gas from escaping sideways and burning your support hand by installing gas-deflector shields and a flared forearms. There’s also a lot of other differences honestly, but those were the most interesting to write about. Taurus produced its first revolver in 1941, but it wouldn’t export the revolver to the U.S. market until 1953. Taurus USA came about in 1988 to better capture the US revolver market and the manufacturing would eventually move to Miami, FL in 2009. The Judge series was introduced in 2006 and the Rossi Circuit Judge was introduced in 2012. Today, sister companies Rossi and Taurus teamed up to bolster an already impressive revolver design and give it a new life as a long gun. You get the Taurus revolver with Rossi’s stock and rifle-length barrel to get the Rossi Circuit Judge. This spritely unit takes 45 Colt or 410 shotgun shells, making it an option for target shooting or home defense. It’s a point and shoot type of gun that you won’t break any distance records when you use .410 in it, but reports say it’s surprisingly accurate when .45 LC is sent down the barrel. The textured hammer and cylinder release are easy to reach and manipulate at a moment’s notice. So, if you’re looking for a practical defense gun or just something you can have a good time with, this is also a great platform for you.

Blued Rossi Circuit Judge 45LC / 410 18.5" Single/Double Shotgun
Blued Rossi Circuit Judge 45LC / 410 18.5″ Single/Double Shotgun