My grandson went with me to one of our indoor ranges yesterday and I took 5 of my hand guns for him to shoot. One of them was my Taurus model 44 in 44 mag. I let him shoot a cylinder of powder puff rounds and then a cylinder of full power loads. Then I shot a cylinder full of the hot loads and the guys in the stall next to me were looking around the partition to see what we were shooting. The fireballs from the hot loads were pretty impressive. I asked them if they wanted to shoot it, one guy declined and the other said he would. He was surprised with the recoil of the revolver but enjoyed shooting it. Then the other guy asked if he could shoot just one round and I loaded it up for him. He fired the one round and that was all he wanted to do. The first guy had his two 10 year old boys with him and they were shooting a semi-auto .22lr pistol. It was the first time they had shot a pistol and one of the boys shot 10 rounds into the head of the silhouette at 25 feet. I don't think 10 rounds is a fluke, I believe the boy may have good natural hand and eye coordination. Dad said he was going to bring them more often and was quite proud of his son, I know I would. I brought the .44 mag, SA 1911, Hungarian PA63 in 9 MAK, Taurus model 85 38 spcl and my Kimber Micro 9. He didn't like the PA63 or the 44 mag too much but liked the 1911 and really liked the Micro 9 but I told him I liked it as well and that he would have to buy his own. I've got to admit its a hoot shooting that .44 mag, big holes, loud and the fireball is just too cool. He lives a 3 1/2 hour drive away and we don't get to spend much time together so I try to make as much of our time as possible when he is able to visit.