Two questions: 1. I noticed that there was a ton of smoke with some 150gr cast LSWC bullets when fired from 3.5gr of Titegroup, is it possible that one bullet could make the powder smoke more vs another bullet, and would more powder cause more smoke/less powder less smoke or vice versa etc? 2. What would happen if I loaded up .38spl or .38spl+P using magnum small pistol primers? Would it burn the powder better, same, be safe or be dangerous etc etc? I'm looking to be frugal between interchanging components and being able to make either .38spl or .357 magnum with the same components if you are curious. Looking to maybe standardize one jacketed bullet, and possibly primers as well for two different loads. The only gun I use is chambered in .357 magnum if that makes a difference as well.