For performance, there is a new load for the Taurus Judge that is sure to gain a lot of attention. Built by Winchester, these .410 shells have three metal disks stacked on top of each other in front of a load of 12 smaller pellets. The disks don't fly like Frisbees, rather they sail through the air on their side and during tests the other day at the range, penetrated about 10 inches or so into ballistic gelatin. Hunting editor Andrew McKean accurately described the pellets that were behind the disks in the gelatin--they penetrated about 4 inches or so--as looking like a swarm of angry bees. Nasty.