Well, its too hot to go fishing, too hot to go to the range. I decided to reload a few in the mean time. So far, 400 45 Colt, 500 45 asp, 1,000 38 spl with hollow base wadcutters, 500 40 S&W, and now working on 357 mag. Various powders; Bullseye, VV 340, BE-86, Titegroup, and True Blue. Titgroup is quickly becoming one of my favorites. I had a 1/2 lb can of SR7625 that I used on the 45 Colt. BE-86 was used with 185 gr Gold Dot 45 acp,, also a very good powder, approximate velocity, 1,100 fps. I loaded an extra 500 45 acp light loads for my friends 1911 made in 1913. Still not finished. As soon as my MTM ammo boxes come in, I'm loading more 40 S&W, 38 spl. and 45 acp. It's a good thing I have plenty of primers before the shortage began! Among the primers are CCI, Winchester, Winchester Match, and Federal Match. The True Blue powder is kind of unique, it is a true spherical that I had to contact Dillon who sent me a special powder slide with tighter tolerances because the very tiny balls acts like miniture ball bearings and gums up a regular slide.