If you can find BH209, it is well worth the effort. I shoot it out of my Austin-Halleck .45, 100 gr., 195 gr. Dead Center bullet. I can shoot until my shoulder gives out, and never have to swab the barrel, don't even clean it between range times. There is no crud ring with BH209, that is a 777 trait. I also use CCI 209M, which is a magnum primer. Never an issue with ignition. In my Knight .50, I shoot 110 gr. BH209 with a FPB sabotless all copper 350 gr. bullet. Extremely accurate and again, pretty much maintenence free, just clean your breech plug at the end of the day. I'm gonna try a breech plug setup that uses a pistol primer and see if it will lite up the BH209, not sure if it will, but it is a lot cleaner than 209's.
Just my 2c.
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