I agree - watch the COL - and not just for pressure. In a semi auto the bullet must be seated deep enough to allow the round to chamer properly. Too long and it can cause problems, too short and you get pressure problems AND feeding problems. Not always, but enough. Watch yor recipe closely - you can't mix and match. If your load calls for CCI primers USE CCI primers. If it says that 4.4 graind of powder XYZ is max, believe it! Welcome to the exciting world of 'roll yer own" - please visit the reloader section of the forum. Great bunch and loads of knowledge. BTW, Bullseye is OK in the .45ACP - I've used it often - but you might be happier with Unique if you can find it.
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