Hi folks, I'm debating what type of revolver to get. I want something that is capable of taking deer at 25-50 yards... probably using Buffalo Bore Ammo. Other than that, I plan to shoot a lot of paper... accuracy and nice sights would go a long way in teaching me the finer points of the shooting arts. I'm not too worried about bears. As I understand it, the .357 Buffalo Bore Ammo out of a handgun is right on the lower limit of what is acceptable to take a deer with... which makes me slightly uncomfortable. Maybe I should just go for the .44... but the higher price ammo means less practice. Right now I'm leaning towards a Ruger GP-100 probably in 4in. or 6in.... but I'm also interested in the Redhawk in .44 5 1/2 inch barrel. I have found that the GP-100 fits me better than anything else I've handled... grip and natural point of aim is perfect. I haven't yet handled a Redhawk, but I'm expecting it will point similarly. S&Ws and Taurii just don't feel as perfect in my large hands. What do you think?