I had the day off today, but my big plans were dashed by a sick kid home from school. I ended up doing a bunch of loading, all new to me loads. 9mm Xtreme 124gr HPCB, 4.36gr Universal, 1.140, Fio SP .45acp Xtreme 200gr JHP, 4.2gr Clays, 1.235, CCI LP .45acp Xtreme 200gr JHP 5gr WST 1.235, CCI LP .38spl Xtreme 125gr FPWC 3.5gr Clays, 1.440, Fio SP .38spl B&B 105gr FP 3gr Clays, 1.450, Fio SP .38spl Falcon 125gr FP 3gr Clays, 1.450, Fio SP .45acp Zero 230gr JHP 4.7gr WST, 1.230, CCI SP In the abbreviations above, the Xtreme FPWC are flat point with cannelure, and B&B is Black and Blue Bullets (Hi-Tek coated cast lead). The 9mm load is similar to what I've done with PD and MG 124gr bullets...so I'll be surprised if it's not right around 1050fps. The rest are either things I've never tried or different enough, that I really don't know what they'll do. With all the .38 and the 200gr .45, I'm hoping for somewhere around 800fps. The 230gr .45, I'm hoping for at least low 700s. Those SP .45s are left over from a couple years ago, when I first loaded SP .45 and had several squibs. I ended up disassembling the rest of that batch of ammo, leaving the bullets and primed brass in a bin on my bench. I decided it was time to get them out of the way. The original load had been 3.85gr Clays. I'm hoping the larger mass of finer powder won't have the ignition issues I think I had with a light charge of Clays and small primers. Hopefully I can get to the range sometime this weekend to chrono all these.