Has anyone ever heard of any factory load that is too hot for a modern Marlin 1894 in 44 cal ? I read somewhere where a guy was saying that the 180-gr. round shouldn't be used in the rifle because the pressure built up to an excessive level. He was saying that this round was designed for a pistol, because the bullet would exit the shorter pistol barrel before the pressure built up to an excessive level. It just doesn't sound right to me that ANY factory 44 load is too hot for any modern .44 chamber. But then, I don't know everything.