I'm debating a GP100 in .357 or a Redhawk in .45 Colt/Auto. Purpose would be social functions, woods gun, and a nightstand gun. Both "backside of the middle of nowhere" rural, "big city" urban, and everything in between. Whichever I bought, I'd get into reloading for em. I know they're both effective man stoppers, and loaded right, they both can take down almost anything in North America. My main concern (with .357) is over penetration. Both would be the 4" barreled version. Any input ?