My dad and I are going to try loading some bullets for his 110 year old Marlin 1894 lever gun. We got some starline brass and some 95 gr lead bullets, but the load data has been a little inconsistent and hard to find. I have Unique, 700x, and H110 on hand for pistol and shotshell loading, but I would buy some other powder if I found a load that a lot of people recommend. I was thinking of buying some Trailboss, as it seems to be a favorite with CAS guys, but I can't find any load data for it. Most of the info I find is a little spotty or inconsistent. Unique seems like it would be a good powder, but the load data I find is anywhere from 2.5-4.5 grains, depending on the source. Talking with one of the guys at WWG, he said he couldn't get it to shoot consistently (not really sure what he meant). H110 makes me a little nervous to try, since they say not to under load by more than 10%, but I don't want to blow up this gun either. Does anybody that shoots these old guns have a favorite load just for killing cans and targets?