I ran across the recipe for the BPI "Hammer Load". So far I've tested it on plywood and one jackrabbit. It really seems to pound the plywood compared to my factory loads. (I really wish I could legally test it on waterfowl.) Anyhow, it's a 1-3/8 oz load of lead, and 41 grains of Blue Dot. It takes a wad, a gas seal, a wool felt spacer, buffer and an overshot card. (209 primer). It's supposed to make nearly 1500 fps which is pretty good for that lead weight. I'm sure BPI is delighted when you load one up, since it uses such an array of components. I'm wondering if anyone here has tried this or anything equivelant? I want to test it on turkeys this spring.