158 grain as well, Hornady hp's. I always use two hands when shooting and would not want to be near someone shooting with one hand. I love the way it handles the .357 rounds!What grain you using ? I been getting 158gr for the .357 and .38Sp+P for my Rossi 3" . The .38s don't have quite the kick as the .357 but i like the power behind the .357 . When i shoot tho i usually hold double handed for support . Are you shooting single or double handed ?
Yeah, she was firing off .38 rounds and I snook in a .357 round. She had a dead on head shot at 25 yards, but didn't like the recoil.Just a suggestion for the wife. Think about some .38spl +P rounds (Gold Dot, etc.). She'll get a good round, excellent power and not have to suffer thru the unpleasantness of .357. Might keep her interested and happy a bit longer than 357 without really sacrificing anything.
This is my wife's firearm. She is just getting use to shooting it. When/if she feels comfortable, she can practice pulling it out of her holster. However, shooting a .357 snub nose one handed is not smart or safe. I think it would be worth the extra .01 seconds to raise the second hand to handle this firearm.Hey Dawg, if this is to be used as a defensive concealed carry don't you think you think you should spend some time shooting with one hand? You won't always have the choice of shooting with two hands.