Your post was helpful.
Perhaps you read before that I am going to start out with the two groove 200RNFP from Lee.
I do not have any cases yet so I am talking out my A__ __ when I speculate but it seems as though one might be able to get 32 to 35 grains in with the wad.
I read somewhere that one BP reloader likes to use a thin ring of paper between the wad and the bullet to keep the wad from sticking to the bullet in flight.
He also puts thin paper over the primer to keep the powder from getting down to that end.
I am not sure I know why this is important. (I might hasten to add that he was speaking of large bore rifle cartridges.)
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