One of the calibers I had not reloaded was .45 Colt. I had the dies. Even had cast some 245 gr. Elmer Keith bullets. Just always seemed to be doing other things. With other things caught up, it was time.
According to my manual, this is a moderate load for this powder and the 245 grain bullet. I only made up a few as it was a new load and if there is some reason you need to make corrections, there is nothing more useless than dozens or hundreds of rounds you don't want to shoot.
It hit slightly high, I think it's running a couple of hundred feet per second faster than .45ACP does out of the same gun.
But I'll take it. Anytime you get 6 rounds touching at 50 feet, you're doing something right on the reloading bench. I am going to load the rest of the cases I have prepped just the same way and make another visit to the range.