The Winchester Repeating Arms Company was founded by Oliver Winchester in 1866. Since the company's inception, it has been a leading designer of innovative arms ammunition, responsible for some of the world's most popular cartridges, including the .50 BMG and the .308 Winchester. Today, the highly-innovative Winchester PDX1 .410-bore shotgun shell is our primary focus.
As noted, each box of Winchester PDX1 .410-bore ammunition contains 10 shotshells. These, however, are not just any shotshells. Featuring a distinctive black hull and a black oxide high-base head, each shell is packed with three plated Defense Disc projectiles. Underneath that you will find 12 pellets of plated BB shot. The idea behind this personal defense load is that the Defense Disc projectiles provide for heavy penetration and stopping power while the plated BB shot provides for massive shock and compensation for aiming error. This combination gives you the edge you need in any life-threatening situation at an astounding muzzle velocity of 750 fps.
|Projectile Type||Plated Defense Disc|
|Projectile Weight||3 Disc 12 BBs|
|Shell Length||2.5 Inch|
|Restrictions||Age - 18+|
|Rounds Per Box||10|
|Returns Accepted||Yes - Must Not Be Modified Or Visibly Used|
The previous review is done from someone who doesn't know what they are talking about. There are 2 different shells that are made. One is for a 2.5" chamber the other for a 3" chamber. The Taurus Judge is a 2.5" chamber. I also have a Mossburg .410 shotgun that will shoot either size, but the Judge will not. No need to cut and glue, just buy the right shell.
Huge payload coming out of a 3 inch chamber magnum Raging Judge. cannot use in 2/12 chamber unless you cut the end of shell to make it fit then glue gun it.