I need your help reloaders!
I purchased a 1lb container of Hodgdon Universal Clays powder to do .45 ACP and .45 Colt. A friend and I reloaded two different bullet weights and two different powder charges each in .45 Colt and went to the range. They were all very inconsistent one of them was about as light as a .22 in my Uberti 1873. There was also lots of powder "flakes" in the casings and on my gun. I've only ever reloaded with Varget, but I can't imagine this is common for pistol powder. Any insight into this would be helpful. I already emailed Hodgdon about it, I'll see if I get a response.