Oh come off the horsehocky. You are some kind of trip that I can't even guess at, but you've contradicted yourself too many times. You say if you can't carry the .357, then you'll leave the guns at home. Well how come on February 16th, in post number 199 in the gun picture thread, you showed a little Ruger bearcat .22 revolver with he statement that it is to be a carry gun? And on March 3d you showed the Hunter 1100-46 holster you just bought for it so you could carry it? Come off your hypocrisy trip and get real. You spout off about the .357 being the only gun you consider worthy of carry as any man can learn to shoot, yet you will carry a small .22 revolver on woods walks. I know why I'm carrying, but I am getting the idea that you may not. Most people who carry only want to protect themselves, and are not on some trip of the super ego. You come off as a very self righteous sort, and in one thread you give off conflicting information. So, do you carry a .357 or a .22 Ruger Bearcat? The .32 Jill posted about would be a large step up from a single action .22 Bearcat. But if the .32 isn't a 'man's gun', then what is the .22 Ruger? That's the trouble with ego trips. Sooner or later they trip you up. I guess I'll go clean my less manly .380.