Hey /k/, I'm a weak motherfucker that has trouble shooting 9mm without getting tired really soon.
Does this mean that I should not buy a 44 mag revolver?
How bad are these guns in terms of recoil for a weak motherfucker like myself?
If you can't even handle a fucking 9mm what makes you think you can take a 44?
Caliber isn't the only determining factor for recoil. Gun weight and size, bore axis, auto vs revolver...they all play a big difference.
For example, my Glock 17 uses 9x19 while my smaller Bersa uses 9x17. But the Glock kicks substantially less and is a lot smoother and more pleasant because of the anti-recoil double springs and the larger size of the gun, despite more power. The Bersa, despite using weaker ammo, kicks more due to the smaller size and less weight to offset that kick.
If OP wants a powerful six shooter, look no further than a Chiappa Rhino. Uses .357 or .38 special, has a good weight, and the 6 o'clock barrel reduces the bore axis, significantly reducing recoil
Yeah if you can't get a handle on a 9mm... Don't get a .44
Before you think about getting a gun, you should probably spend some time at a suitable gym. I found one that I think is pretty fitting for you OP.