I am looking at this revolver for bowhunting season up north. Just don't think my .40 cal Glock 22 is up to the task. I imagine the rear site will hafta be maxed out to handle the muzzle jump given its light weight and i am sure it's a miserable gun to shoot but I don't wanna pack a heavy piece I won't likely need and I'm pretty sure if a large predator is charging me, I won't even notice the recoil as I try to whip off a shot or two. I own a LCR in .38 and it weighs less than my keychain so I'm pretty much sold on the alloy wheel guns, but a .44 may be a different story. I would likely buy the hardcast bullets made by Buffalo Bore specifically for this revolver. Haven't been able to find one I can shoot yet and the gun goes off roster soon. Thinking 4" barrel. Opinions?