I am reloading 45LC with AA#2 for a Ruger Blackhawk using Accurate's load data with LSWC 255gr. I started with 5.X grains and have worked up. I am now past the point of standard pressure 7.0 grains, but the +P range starts with 9.0 grains and goes to 10.6. With 38 SPCL, the AA#2 data for standard pressure runs from 3.6 - 4.0 grains and the +p runs from 4.0 to 4.4. +p picks up right where standard ends. Is there a reason the loading data for 45LC would have a gap like this and not call 7.1 grains the starting +p pressure? And; are there any downside consequences to being in this gap at ~7.5 grains? I noticed the grains:velocity really falls off at 9.0 and I would switch to AA#5 before I loaded that fast. I think I am still pretty efficient with #2 at around 7.5 grains. 7.0 = 888 fps.