Been reloading for a bit now and I think I've really stumbled into something that is a great load for a stock barrel G22. This is nothing extraordinary, but it is very cheap, easy to shoot, consistent, and very accurate. It also should be very easy on brass, so you can reload max times for the brass. Just my attempt to give back and encourage sideline future newbies like I was just a short time ago. Here goes; Mixed once fired brass (mine saved over the years), 180gr Berry's Plated bullets, CCI SP primers, and 4.5gr Titegroup powder loaded to 1.134 OAL. This is one of the most accurate and reliable loads I've ever shot in my 15+yo G22. Very accurate in fact and easy to get follow-up shots. I'd estimate it @940fps, tops. Target load for sure. Much more accurate than WWB I shot side by side with it. Hope that helps someone someday! If anyone tries it, even if it's someone 3 years from now who's just getting started, please post back and let me know how it worked for you. This board seems to be filled with thrill seekers who are after the max bang/velocity. I flirt with that in 10mm too, and you can make some VERY HOT, but safe, 40 loads with bluedot (I have). But this is IMO the essence of reloading. Good-luck!