I haven't reloaded in probably 20+ years, but with the price of ammo I'm jumping back into the game. I've reloaded .38, .357 and 9mm in the past and now I'm going to start reloading .45GAP. I've got a Lee Turret press (Classic) on the way. My questions are related to powder choices and bullet shape choices. I used to reload with Bullseye. Is that still a good all around go to powder for .38/9mm and now .45GAP? Are the IMR powders any better and if so, what ones work good for pistol ammo? Will semiwadcutter shaped bullets (fully jacketed) feed in a Glock or should I stick with round nose bullets? Another question I just thought of.....what's the shelf life of primers and powder. Will factory sealed cans/containers of powder still be usable for a couple years if not opened? What about long term primer storage? Sealed in a plastic bag with moisture absorbers? Thanks Wanna kill these ads? We can help!