I just read an article in Handloader magazine about the use of Trail Boss powder in conventional bottle-necked rifle cartridges using jacketed bullets. Sounds pretty interesting, I'm about to try some in my .300 WM. If it works well enough, I may buy some bullets designed for the 30-30 (lower recoil anyway) and work up some small game loads for the .300. Talk about versatility! The recoil is drastically reduced too, so this might be a good tool for teaching new shooters as well. My wife might finally get to pull the trigger on my .300! (Only has about 1.75" eye relief on the bushnel.)
Have any of you tried this yet?