Try shooting some .357 rounds (as opposed to .38 +) in an enclosed space in low light situations. Or, time yourself putting six rapid shots on target (or multiple targets) and measure your spread. If you don’t see differences in ammo, you aren’t shooting enough...that comes from someone who shoot a considerable amount with .45acp and with revolvers with that have considerably more ft/pnds terminal energy. In shotguns, you don’t notice difference with say, #4 shot and a slug... really? Well, good for you.