I've made up a list of my preferred bullets for different calibers I load for and most of my calibers have a few or half a dozen, then when I get to .45 I've got about 12 different options for bullets because I have some .45's that can only shoot lead, one that can only shoot plated/jacketed, and then a Ruger Redhawk that able to shoot anything from starting .45 Schofield loads to knocking on .454's backdoor. I've got at the top of my list a Rossi or Henry .45 Colt rifle with the intention to shoot ammunition loaded above 14k PSI. As such, my loads that use Berry's bullets would probably exceed the 1250 fps velocity that Berry's says never to exceed (also I can't roll crimp those bullets and I don't like the idea of ammunition in a tubular magazine that isn't roll crimped) and I feel the Speed lead bullets would lead the bore worse than in any of my handguns. So, I looked at options and immediately Hornady comes to mind with their XTP and FTX bullets. Couldn't shoot them much due to the price tho. Something cheaper would be the Missouri 255gr that's cast at 18BHN, but IDK if that's hard enough to withstand 1500 fps from a rifle. Reloaders who are shooting hot .45 Colt from a rifle, what bullets are you using? I don't want to hear about what you're casting, I don't cast, strictly looking at what factory bullets I should consider buying that can hold up to the pressures and velocities of hot .45 Colt.