I have been working up some .45 ACP SWC loads this week, and I find that I absolutely *LOVE* the accuracy compared to the standard 230 gr. RN FMJ's that I have been shooting!!! I have been working up loads with the 200 gr. coated lead SWC bullets from Bayou Bullets: http://www.bayoubullets.net/45-acp-200-gr-swc-1000-ct/ I love them, but I am still working out a reliable COAL for my 5" 1911. Much more accurate in my hands than the my 230 gr. FMJ RN bullets. I noticed however that Xtreme makes some *plated* 200 gr SWC bullets that might have some promise. Has anyone every used any of these and have any opinions on them? https://www.xtremebullets.com/45-200-SWC-p/xc45-200swc-b0500.htm I am wondering how the plated would shoot compared to the coated lead, and if they would be any easier to bring into battery (smoother feeding into the barrel?). I had a few of the coated bullets hang up when feeding, so I was planning on work up a load with a slightly shorter COAL until I saw these plated SWCs and though I would see what is up. I am also thinking less lead exposure with the plated vs. the coated lead. Any thoughts? Thanks!