OK, mindful that this will go over like a fart in church, I'm wondering what the cognoscenti might think of utilizing a .22LR auto for extended practice sessions. Several hundred affordable trigger pulls per session versus 50 or 100? I know I can shoot .38 Special all day in my 6" Python, but after a box or two of .357 Magnum, it's not effective practice. Any benefit to practicing with a .22? And for those who say there is or may be, what would you shoot besides an Aurthur Ciener-type retrofit kit? It needn't be a 1911 clone, and it needn't even have an identical grip angle. I'm thinking only of what would be generally true to instinctive point of aim. I have a 2nd Gen Colt Woodsman, and am aware that High Standard and Ruger (and Nambu and Luger, ad astra) have highly similar grip rake angles and they're all more acute than the 1911 family's. Thanks.