Not really, but wouldn't it be neat? I shot the Taurus model 85 ploymer alongside the Ruger LCRX last week. Both had their attributes. The Ruger just seemed like more quality overall, but the Taurus was not bad. The Ruger was noticibly lighter in weight and had a better trigger. The Taurus had a fiber optic front sight, which made it easier on my eyes, and I liked the 3 finger grip. The gent who had the Taurus, also had a Taurus polymer Public defender in 45/410. I only shot 5 rounds of slugs through it. The range we were shooting at forbids shot shells. But I shot a couple of cylinders of 45 Colt. The 45's were pretty accurate. Ruger needs to introduce the LCRX in 45/410 to compete with the Taurus. I know the Taurus Judge is a popular handgun. I think there would be a market. Back to Taurus, they need to make the 85 polymer with a 3 or 4 inch barrel. Wonder how it would compare to the LCRX3?