Looking at getting a 44mag blackhawk hunter.I will be putting a scope on it.I want to know the felt recoil between the two. Have a standard in 45 colt and a birdshead grip 45 acp.
People have been shooting plow handle SA's for over a hundred years that way without any accuracy problems. Whether your hand moves with the revolver or not, revolvers were designed with movement under recoil in mind. Read up on front sight height considerations on revolvers and you'll get your fill of muzzle climb design considerations in revolvers. The bullet's on its way, a little roll in your hand won't change anything.I'm not too sure that movement of the revolver in the hand is conducive to accuracy but I will experiment . I think the plow handle was designed for tacking up WANTED posters.
Give both a try, as mentioned. Actually, some of the most accurate revolvers I've ever owned, SA or DA, have been the plow handle SAs. For instance, our 357 Flat Top 357 convertible with the plow handle shoots every bit as well as our much more expensive S&W 357s. Don't talk yourself into a Bisley for the sake of accuracy.I'm not too sure that movement of the revolver in the hand is conducive to accuracy but I will experiment . I think the plow handle was designed for tacking up WANTED posters.