I know this is probably the wrong forum to discuss small revolver hunting but thought I'd check to see if any of you hunt white tails with a .357 magnum and what range would you suggest sighting in at to prevent the bullet from exceeding a 3" rise above the line of sight. I have a Ruger GP100 6" and just got out today and tweaked it in at 75 yards as I have a hunting spot set up that will require a 70 yard shot from my stand to my feeder. I have taken several deer within 30 yard range with this gun but never have done a longer shot with it. I feel pretty confident at the 75 yard mark after shooting it today but I'd like to get suggestions for a good sight in range. I'm currently shooting it with open sights, had it scoped two seasons ago but just prefer to use it open sights so I put some night sights on it for low light shots. I have been shooting factory 125 grain soft points and which is what I just sighted in for but I've just got into reloading and have bought some 190 grain cast bullets that I will load soon and will re-sight for those. I was told I could get around 1400 fps with these rounds but I won't know till working up a load and testing myself, seems pretty fast for that weight out of a 6" .357 to me.