I have a original Vaquero 5.5, in .357. I would like to get a .45 LC revolver with the larger Vaquero frame, but I probably will not find one. So I am choosing between a .45 New Vaquero and a SS Blackhawk, in 4 5/8 barrel. I want something that can handle heavy loads, as a woods gun, and would like the fixed sight model. Do you think the New Vaquero can be loaded hot enough, or should I get the Blackhawk, which I understand has the larger frame and cylinder, and can take Ruger-only loads? I don't shoot hot loads at the range, but for a woods gun, they are nice to carry.