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The first few cylinders of .45Colt held about as tight a group as the buck shot from the .410 shell at 7yds. After about 25 rounds, it started putting them all in the same ragged hole. The hole was about 1.5" in diameter, but it was one hole. After break-in, the judge shoots great for a gun designed to be pistol that shoots shotgun shells. It's not too bad with the 000 buck either. At 15 yds, the .45 Colt group opens up a little (all in the 8 and 9 rings), but this is a close quarters weapon, not a long-range target pistol. I wouldn't try 25 yds, because it's really farther than this pistol is designed to shoot. I would recommend the Judge to anyone who wants a CQ self-defense weapon.
All my data is two-handed grip without a rest. I wish I had a Ransom rest to see what this gun can really do.