I am using 4.7 grains of Bullseye (Alliant) behind a 200 LSWC. It has been very accurate and feeds well out of both Colt Gold Cups I use with it. However, these work in my guns after developing the load up from a lessor amount and checking for any pressure signs. I say this only to ensure that you carefully develop loads yourself in your gun and do not depend on my word or anybody else's blindly. Good luck and good shooting. PS. Bulleye powder is dirty and does make a mess after only a few rounds, but for me is worth the accuracy it achieves in my guns.
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