Looking for suggestions/comments from folks with hands-on experience. Based on manageable recoil, I'm seriously consider the 45 long colt with hard cast for a woods revolver when going about chores when I need my hands free. Appears the Ruger Redhawk and Ruger Super Redhawk are for all practical purposes the same weight (I've played with both). In the Ruger, it seems the choice of revolver would either be the 4.2 inch Redhawk in 45 long colt or the 5 inch Super Redhawk in 454. What I don't know is whether there is any significant advantage in getting a revolver specifically designed for the 45 long colt as opposed to shooting 45 long colt out of the 454? I'm also wondering whether there is any significant difference in performance between loading "up" the 45 long colt and loading "down" the .454 to get that manageable recoil sweet spot to be determined?