I might. Thanks.
Careful with recoil anticipation. It will create near unbreakable shooting habits. Focus on your sight alinment with the target. Gently apply more and more pressure to the trigger while you concentrate on your sight picture. If that rifle goes off and startles you every time youre doing everything right.Now that is very interesting! Here I thought I was just being a wimp or something. Or that maybe the rounds of 357 I was using had too many grains. So maybe I'm worrying about the revolver unnecessarily. Hmmmmm. I didn't think it was that uncomfortable, but I found myself hesitating longer to pull the trigger trying to get myself ready for the kick. It probably could've gotten uncomfortable, but I only tried 10 rounds. I'm sure I'll be shooting mostly 38s in it anyway.
I think you have done quite well so far, have been given sound advice and you listened, weighed everything and made your own choice, and a good one I think,Thanks, guys. You've been very reassuring and helpful and all around very cool. We'll see what I end up doing about the pistol. I'm trying to wait a little because I just bought the Rossi, I want to make the right decision, and I want to get a little more used to shooting the larger rounds, but I'm awfully anxious to make a purchase and start getting to know the gun. Next thing I'm going to have to look into is speed loaders, looks like. And I'm still trying to track down the bore guide for the muzzle of the Rossi. No one seems to have them. Might end up just having to give up and get it online. Oh, and I did order a bunch of different ammo to try from Sportsmans Guide. This new "hobby" is keeping me busy.