I loaded up 30 rounds using three different powders, this was also a powder velocity "test" along with the sample firing of the TJC bullets.... I used the data I had used with the Hornady XTP 90 gr. bullets as they are fairly close in shape ... All of the data was published in various books or on powder or bullet maker web sites ... Use caution and work your way up to these loads ... they are safe in my three guns ... however they may not be in yours .... The guns used in this section of this test are a S&W Bodyguard 2.75" barrel and a Ruger LCP 2.75" barrel ... these results show that no two guns will provide the same velocity when using identical loads. The three powders used are AA#5, Tightgroup and Zip. With the 90 gr. TJC bullet S&W Bodyguard Zip Powder at 3.4 grs(Max Load) Velocity average 938 FPS AA#5 Powder at 4.8 grs(Max) Velocity average 880 FPS Tightgroup Powder at 3.4 grs(Max) Velocity average 1044 FPS Ruger LCP Zip at 3.4 grs(Max) Velocity 926 FPS AA#5 4.8 grs. (Max) Velocity 838 FPS Tightgroup at 3.4 grs. (Max) Velocity average 989 FPS I was more concerned with getting these loads over the chronograph without shooting any part of it than accuracy, that segment will follow as soon as all the end of school activities get over and I have some time to sit down without being rushed to complete.... even without concentrating ...these bullets shot pretty dang well .... for a cheap load using the Tightgroup powder $18/lbs, S&B primers $21.40/1000($19.99+tax) & the TJC bullet $91/1000 shipped ... I can load these rounds at $0.122 each ... $6.10/box of 50 .... Here is a photo comparing the T.J. Conevera bullet(L) ... the Hornady XTP(R) .... both 90 gr. JHP.