NO. Many of us (yours truly included) fell for the concept of lightweight guns in magnum calibers. I bought a S&W 386 Sc/S - scandium frame, titanium cylinder, stainless steel barrel liner - altogether about 20 ounces empty. With full power .357 Magnum rounds, it is impossible to control, recoil is so violent that second shots are very slow and by the time you finish a 7 round cylinder, you literally hurt too much to consider reloading it. Ouch.
The very last .44 Magnum gun I'd every buy is a titanium model. No thanks. Especially as a second (?) EDC gun. Geeezus, dude, if you need to carry 2 concealed weapons, move to a better neighborhood, find new friends, and run with a better crowd. That said, and unlike .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum is not a good choice for a SD firearm. It is far too powerful - first to control in a crisis situation, and second with serious potential for over-penetration (great for porn flicks, bad for shootouts). However, if you loaded it with .44 Special cartridges, you'd have a winner. But if you're going to load .44 Specials, why carry a large frame Magnum? Makes no sense. If you want a big bore SD handgun, Charter Arms makes the .44 Bulldog, a perfect compromise of power, size and weight.
Remember, your EDC gun is an EVERYDAY, without fail, no matter what, carry gun. Which means it has to go perfectly with absolutely everything you wear, or don't wear, year round. That means from winter parka to summer shorts and a T.