I won't go there!
I hope neither of you EVER recommend 357mag revolver for hunting of deer at all then - a 44mag rifle has more energy at 400yrds than a 357mag at 75yrds, and is traveling about the same speed at 225-250yrds as the 75yrd 357mag - with about 50% more bullet weight.You could kill deer at 300 yards and beyond with a .44, but it doesn't mean you should.
When someone mentions specifics of trajectory of a 44 magnum at 250 yards without mentioning wind drift specifics, it makes me wonder. A big comparatively slow moving 44 bullet could move as much as 2 feet at that range with a mild cross wind.Be elitist if you want, 200yrds isn't a long distance shot. The trajectory of big punkin balls is something to deal with, but it's not rocket science. My hunting load runs point blank range to 150yrds, 14" drop at 200yrds, 30" by 250, less than 3" drop per 10yrds until the last 20yrds.
If a hunter can't estimate range accurately and isn't skilled enough with their weapon to manage drop and drift, maybe they shouldn't be hunting.