I don't care for Bullseye with lead bullets either but I recently tried lead in my sr-9 and the first loads I made were max lead data loads and they shot very accurately with titegroup powder, (again to fast of a powder for lead but it works), then I cooled the loads down and the accuracy went to hell.
My bullets are 18 brinell Missouri small balls. They are just to hard to seal up in the barrel with lower pressures.
I cast some 124gr round nose bullets at around 10 Brinell but haven't got to try them yet.
I have heard that HS-6 is a really good powder for lead in the autos but can't find any to try.