Best lesson ever.
I've noticed a detail on my third or fourth playthrought and wanted to share. If you pay atention, the type of revolver a character uses, is relative to said character's honor. The cattleman revolver is used by the good characters, like Hosea, John, Lenny, Sadie and Sean. The double action revolver is used by the bad characters, like Micah, Cleet and Javier (Joe doesn't use a revolver). And the Schofield is used by those who aren't necessarely good or bad, like Dutch, uncle and Bill, who were neither angels not demons for most of the game.
Along with that, some details also enhance this theory:
1- In Guarma, Dutch uses a double action revolver, simbolizing his definitive change to the bad side.
2- Arthur gives Micah a cattleman revolver when he rescued him from strawberry, but Micah goes after his double action revolvers, showing that he had a chance to be good, but went after his own damnation.
Just want some opinion on this matter. I personally think carrying a large caliber wheel gun is ideal as backup defence hunting out in the woods. I mean it's limited capacity just like any rifles.