And the GP-100 is a pussycat to shoot.....
If you need a larger gun than that, you need a
Blackhawk, and it may not balance for you yet....
The GP-100 [GP-141 Blued finish, KGP-141 stainless steel]
is a very well balanced gun, and plenty heavy enough to
deal with the recoil.
A .357 magnum is NO WUSSIE ROUND....and must be
respected as such. As you have seen firing it.....
a pistol round, in a rifle.
You have experience with a .22lr......now you shoot
a .357......an enormous step up
in all ballistic
areas, and the .357 has spoken
to you !
Not to worry.....
You just need to acclimate. Get used to it.
DO NOT anticipate the kick. Train yourself to slowly
pull the trigger, and not ever know when it 'breaks' [fires]
Shoot .38special [and not +P]
Forget about great accuracy at this point....get used
to your new gun.
Try 125grain .38special and see how well it feeds in the 92.
Same philosophy for the GP-100.......
Shoot 125grain .38special until you get comfortable.
Grow with your new 'power' gradually......
The .357 is a powerhouse.
The standard .38special is almost half of the .357
Take it slowly, and have fun.....
And stay in touch with us......
As we will definitely guide you......in some direction