I am new to reloading and have a question. I was given a very old Reeding C frame single stage press from a family member. (has 7-1) on the side. Really heavy. I purchased a set of lee dies for the .40S&W and a Lee Auto Prime. Before I started loading I sat down with a friend that has been loading .40 for a many years and had him teach me a few things. I brought my Lee .5 cc dipper and we weighed the amount of one full dipper using Bullseye powder and it was 5gr. on the money. Using the Lee chart I can load 165gr. and 180gr. using the dipper and bullseye powder. I loaded 50 rounds using this formula and 165gr fmj (from Zero) and the results at the range were good. No tumbling and seamed fairly accurate. They weren't as powerful as some factory loaded federals that I brought to compare. So my question. Anyone see any issues with what I'm doing? This formula seams to work well with my G23. I'm on a budget so a real fancy setup is not possible right now.