This +1.If you do not reload I would either start or get a 45 acp cylinder for the gun so it is cheaper to fire.
I recently bought a .45acp/.45Colt NMBH and am very happy with it. Unlike .44 Magnums I used to own, .45Colt isn't painful to shoot, it's only painful to buy!
Also, because I have the .45acp cylinder, I'll always have ammo on hand for it as I also have a 1911 and a Glock30 which I also both enjoy.
Still, I have been saving my brass (particularly .45 and .357/.38) for the day (hopefully coming soon) when I do start reloading. I really do enjoy my Blackhawk - the serial number indicates a birthday in 1977. It's action is much smoother than my New Vaquero and another Blackhawk I used to have. Good luck and welcome to the forum!