You could always use 158g LSWC's at standard pressure. As stated earlier, they should shoot to POA. Although there's no hope of expansion, there's a high probability of adequate penetration, certainly more reliably than the 110g. Similar arguments can be made for 148g LWC as well, plus they recoil a bit less than the 158's. (Many consider all these options underpowered, of course.)
Like you, I think it's great when my loads shoot to POA, but I honestly don't worry about that factor overmuch when it comes to pistol SD/HD ammo, especially from a snubby. With ranges short and tons of other challenges to shot placement (movement, stress, return fire, speed of firing multiple shots, convulsive trigger pull, etc.), I figure a few inches is the least of my problems. Then again, full disclosure requires I admit that I practice point shooting a lot, and question whether I'm doing any real sight alignment at bad breath range in actual combat. I freely admit I could be wrong & that many other opinions will differ, but while I recognize that bullet placement is crucial, I think that the best most of us can do in up-close combat is to shoot rapidly into center-mass and hope to hit something crucial--I doubt most of us can place shots within the 3" margin of error caused by your ammo selection, anyway. (Again, under close-combat stess.) Fairbairn & Sykes placed utmost emphasis on speed in getting shots into your opponent's boiler room: whoever does that first has a huge advantage. Makes sense to me.