I dont feel really under armed with the 327 magnum although it would be a little light on a cow. But i really really refrain from shooting my cows angry or not. They are worth cash haha.
I recently did pick up a Birdshead New Vaquero in 45 colt... because I like the caliber!Comfort in what you use (carry/shoot) and skill are both important...if one is comfortable and experienced with a SA revolver, then by all means CC one!
I am considering picking up a Birds Head grip Ruger Vaquero in .45 Colt...I would probably CC it with some experience in shooting it! It's not 'quicks-draw McGraw'...it's because I like that caliber!
My current single action is a Ruger new model Blackhawk 50th Anniversary .44 mag with a 6 1/2" barrel. At 46 oz. (nearly four pounds) it is a little large for Concealed Carry. Though in the past I have carried a S & W 629 Mountain Gun at 41 oz, A old model Vaquero .44 Mag at 41 oz, and even a new model Vaquero .45 LC at 41 oz at different times ( I recently gave the new model Vaquero to my son on his 51 Birthday). Those heavy guns get to be a pain in the neck after a while. If I go out in the North Dakota or Northern Minnesota woods I normally carry my new model Blackhawk in a shoulder holster which is much more convenient and practical for prospecting or fly fishing. For normal CCW I carry a Glock 23, .40 S&W, or a S & W snub nose Bodyguard .38 +P along with my little North American arms Side Winder .22 Mag as backup.I occasionally do, how about you ?