https://www.tombstonetactical.com/c...olver-44mag-44sp-4.625in-6rd-satin-stainless/ This, your local dealer will have to have it shipped there and do the transfer as his inventory sucks. Following is my rationale. Please do not take offense, this is not my intent, but you seem to be less gun-savvy than most of the folks here so I'm keeping it simple. .44 is easy to find appropriate ammunition for, no boutique ammunition needed as with .45LC, .454 or any of the wildcats mentioned above. IMHO, 10mm is a bit light for brown bear. Somebody more familiar with brown bears can chime in on that aspect, but I think a common 240gr soft point load would be fine. This is a proven, reliable platform that will work in any conditions. It is relatively light and compact for it's capabilities. Any talk of Rugers being corrosion prone is bunk. Any handgun of any finish will rust when subjected to extreme conditions. Clean properly after exposure to moisture, especially salt spray and you won't have issues. I carry a Taurus .357 of similar size in "under the coat" carry regularly at work and play, and it fills the role nicely (I don't have brown bears, so .357 is enough gun for me).