I had assumed by "traditional revolver" he meant one chambered for revolver cartridges, i.e., long, straight cases, prominent rim, not necessarily a .357 Magnum.
One thing to consider for reloading auto pistol cartridges for use in revolvers is the lack of a crimp as normally used for pistol cartridges. Bullet pull in the revolver can unseat the bullets and pull them forward. This results in erratic ignition. And, don't overdo revolver ammo. Many of my reloads worked fine in my Ruger and Smith revolvers, but could damage an auto pistol.