I have a ruger blackhawk in 45 lc and was needing a little help. I have fought leading problems with this gun every since I bought it. I had the cylinder throats cut out for lead bullets by a competent smith and still suffered leading with my boughten 255 grain phonix lead bullets. My dad and I cast up some 200 grain lyman semiwad cutters from wheel weights and was thinking of changing powders. I have been using unique and bullseye loaded at about 800 feet per second. I was told that I shoud try some hodgon universal. I have that powder but no loading data except a freeby hodgon manual which only shows max loads and says reduce 10% for starting load. They recomended 8.8 for a max reduuced 10% makes for 7.9 starting. I was looking for the lightest load they recommended for universal. Any light shed on the subject would be appreciated.