Latest hand loads, .41 Magnum. I've been loading it with 210 gr. LSWC and 7.4 gr. 231, about 950 fps. Nice easy load for my revolvers. But lately, I bought a Henry BBS rifle in .41 Mag. For that one, I want to shoot true magnum loads to take advantage of the 20 inch bbl. length. First, I bought 100 new nickel plated cases. I wanted to use nickel so at a glance, I would know right away what was a revolver load and what was a rifle load. Yes, my containers all have identifying information on them. Sometimes precautions come in handy, though. After getting the new brass cases, I loaded fifty of them with 20,0 gr. 296 and Sierra 210 gr. JHP. I zeroed the rifle in with the soft lead loads but haven't had a chance to try out the full-power stuff yet. I've also changed the rear sight on the new rifle to a receiver design with aperture, I need to re-fire the rifle for that reason alone. All in good time. Some shooters and hand loaders don't like nickel plated cases. I've use them in various cartridges over the years, haven't had issues. The plated .41's I won't shoot in a great quantity so it won't make any difference.