Hi gang, I've done some searches on this, but thought I'd put it to you all. When deer hunting in up in the Pasayten Wilderness in WA, I take my GP-100 .357 as a back-up gun, usually loaded with a 158 grain bullet. I understand that a .357 is not optimal for black bear, but can't see myself shelling out for a .44 mag anytime soon. What would you recommend as an adequate means of protection in a .357? I'm leaning towards Corbon's 200 grain load they advertise, but can't really find much else out there. I understand a larger bullet is best for maximum penetration, but would love to hear what factory loads would be best. Thanks in advance!! PS: I live in Seattle, and unfortunately don't have spare room for reloading equipment.