I've been reading what literature I have, and surfing other forums and the web in general. Certainly, I've missed things, but generally all I've found on the subject is scattered smatterings of conversation here and there. The most comprehensive Information I've found is Linebaugh's writings, which are impressive, and I'm inclined to give a lot of merit to what he says.
My brief introduction to handloading was with wheel gun cartridges, but that was over 30 years ago, and I've only loaded long gun brass since then. Have decided to dip a toe into the handgun cartridge waters now, so am seeking input.
I'm not interested in casting my own, so am looking for commercial sources for 260-300ish grain Keith bullets. I'm already clued into Beartooth. Anyone have recommendations for other good Keith style bullet casters?
Any recommendations for good proven loads, process and procedure tips, component preferences, dies etc., specific to the .45 LC / Blackhawk combo would be appreciated.
Also, in the meantime, any recommendations of good quality commercial fodder for target practice?