I cringe whenever I read an article on OC and the writer refers to the practice as being out of the Wild West or like Cowboys carry. As Mike and John have pointed out on this forum, a big part of OCing is gaining public acceptance for the practice. That means putting our best foot forward by dressing decently and carrying in reliable and safe holsters which have some form of retention. This is also why there have been discussions of whether one should carry a 1911 style pistol which is carried "cocked & locked" which often alarms the uninformed citizens. While I would never tell someone what kind of gun they should carry, I think if you have access to a modern, semiauto pistol then there is little reason to carry a single action revolver other than perpetuating the "cowboy" persona. One of the main advantages of OC is being able to carry a full sized, hicap pistol vs a small caliber mouse CC gun for your personal protection. By going with a single action, 18th century design you are really limiting yourself. It's like depending on a bucket of water instead of a multipurpose fire extinguisher for your kitchen fire safety plan. Sure it would work but technology ahs give us much better tools. So it is with your gun.
Keep the single action revolver for fun times on the range. When you are out in public have the modern pistol on your belt.
Of course, it's your decision and I'm not going to judge you if you choose otherwise. Carry On.