load data for bullseye powder with plated bullets .38 and .357

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    First people would need the weight and style of bullet (Round Nose, Wad Cutter or whatever) then most will tell you that BE is good for 38 but not for 357. With Bullseye you won't get any where near the full potential of the 357 mag. Here's a link where you can get some data online. Get yourself a good reloading manual.

    Alliant Powder - Reloader's Guide
     

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