Well like most inexperienced reloaders I wasn't paying attention when I was putting together my latest batch of test loads. I misread the label for bullet weight and loaded the wrong weights Any advice would be appreciated... I put together 4 loads of 10 rounds each with mixed cases, wolf spp, 124 Montanta Gold fmj bullets and HP-38. I loaded each of the four tests to 1.130. The charges were as follows 4.5, 4.7, 4.9 and 5.1 grains. I have not fired any of these yet and I am concerned about the top two sets at 4.9 and 5.1 grains. Hodgdon's online site says to load to 1.09 COAL and max load at 4.8 grains. So can I fire off the 4.9 and 5.1 sets or should I take them apart? Before anyone asks I do have reloading manual and I have read them, but in the midst of putting together several sets of test bullets I misread the information. I would have had my butler do it as Jack might suggest but he was off yesterday. Thank you for the help, Billy Ray Wanna kill these ads? We can help!