What do you feel is the optimal metplat size for hunting with hardcast bullets for distances out to 150 yards in a .44 caliber. I'm wanting to experiment with some different hardcast bullets in my T/C 445SM for deer/bear hunting at longer distances with accuracy. There are metplats ranging from .280 up to .350 with the LFN, WFN, LBT and Keith/Thompson style bullets. The only long range handgun hunting I have done has been with bottle neck cartridges and jacketed bullets. I shoot hardcast from my .44 and .45LC revolvers, but I keep shots on game at 75 yards max and mostly less due to iron sights. I like a 280gr. WFN-GC in my .44 and a 320gr. WFN-GC in the .45LC, but like I said, it's for short range hunting and I'm wanting to stretch the legs on my 445SM. with something new.