I've had a stainless, 7.5", .44 Mag Redhawk for several years. I've reloaded Hornady 200 grain, XTP's and Cast 235 grain Elmer Keith's. Both loads, using Blue Dot, shoot relatively good. I've never taken the time to work them down real but "close enough for government work" so to speak. Having said that, I got a stainless, 7.5", Super Blackhawk here a while back. The Blackhawk, with the XTP's, off my rest, group about 5" at 50 yards. Which for old shaky Jake (Me) is pretty darn good. The cast loads though are all over a 2' square target. I know every firearm shoots different loads differently, but I wasn't expecting that. Out of the Redhawk the casts shoot the same 5" group at 50 yards. One thing to add I guess, is the Redhawk has stock factory sights and the Blackhawk has a Leopold red dot sight. Comments welcome.