I'm trying to replicate as close as possible the 125gr Federal Nyclad HP that is now as scarce as hen's teeth for my S&W 60 (manufactured in 1976, so no +Ps). I'm finding plenty of coated bullets in .358, but all appear to be hardcast with a brinell way over 5. Is this something I'm going to have to make myself, or is there someone out there that offers a dead-soft lead (or close to it) that features a polymer coating? I loaded a couple hundred rounds of 145gr HPs over 4.2 grains of Win 231, but I'm not sure if they'll expand at velocities from the 1 7/8" barrel (they have a brinell of 11). And I'm sure they'll be smoky. If I could find some soft lead coated .358 HPs (especially in the 125-145gr range) I'd be happy!