Even though I've loaded for rifle for years, I only recently decided to move into handgun loads. My Glock 22 needed more ammo that I could afford otherwise A friend gave me a pound of Universal; he swears by the stuff. I ordered 1000 180 grain plated FN .40 bullets from berrys manufacturing. And I picked up a thousand Wolf small pistol primers. Brass I had in enough of. After lots of research and more than a few test rounds I landed on 4.6 grains of universal to push the 180 grain fn. It's a very light load, but comfortable to shoot and inexpensive to build. Today I went to the range and shot 10 boxes of the stuff and couldnt be more pleased. No problems at all and not a single FTF/FTE/FT-anything! My only complaint is that the Universal seems to be wickedly dirty. My G22 was fricken filthy when I was done. So any recommendations for a powder to try next? The Universal worked great, but I'd like to have something not quite so grungy.