I have been thinking about getting a Smith-Wesson .357 Model 60 revolver. I shot my brother's Taurus Ultra-Lite .38 and did not like the way it kicked. Maybe I am just used to my smooth-shooting Glock but it was pretty uncomfortable after only a dozen rounds. Would a Smith Model 60 kick similar to that or would the few ounces of extra weight (and design) make take out some of the recoil? Thanks!