I started setting things up today to reload .45 ACP. Adjusting all the dies went smoothly. Then I set up the powder scale. 230 grain FMJ, and a friend gave me about 1/4 pound of Hodgdon Clays powder. The Hodgdon book says 3.7 to a max of 4.0 grains. Visually, that does not appear to me to be very much powder. My local gurus won't be around until Sunday night, and I'm a bit leery of what appears to be a scant amount of powder. I sure don't want to have to drive a stuck bullet out of an expensive handgun. Anyone care to coach a bit?