I am getting ready to load up some hard cast Double Tap 320 grain bullets in my super red hawk but was warned by a seasoned reloader (my dad), not to run them too hot to avoid excessive lead fouling.
The whole point of these is to run them pretty fast as a backup weapon for bear protection. Is leading a problem in hard cast bullets like this? Is there a limit on velocity I should hold to avoid leading? I'm thinking that maybe the lead issue is more a problem with soft bullets??
I'm reloading with W296/H110 and WLP primers.