One of my favorite carry weapons is a 605 Taurus SS ported. It's heavy, and doesn't get carried everyday. I've gone through half a dozen holsters for it before sticking with this Forbes paddle:
I don't know how the holster wear will be with a blued revolver. No problems with the Stainless Steel I carry.
I like it because the top of the holster keeps the butt close to my side, just above my belt. Some holsters allow the butt to fall away from my side, which I don't care for. I wear button down shirts with a T shirt under it typically. The paddle goes between the t shirt and button down shirt tail, so I don't experience any against the skin discomfort. Took me a bit to get the hang of drawing the weapon without my full focus on the draw. Important if you are fending off pirates and dragons and trying to shake out the weapon at the same time.
Considering the cost, it's a low risk investment that offers retention, a paddle that conforms to your build, is unobtrusive, discreet, and versatile. YMMV.