Picked up a new lovely lady the other day. I would really like to take her to the sporting clays course. This 1887 was made in 1890, chambered in 12ga. The gun was made with black powder loads in mind, but does have a fluid steel barrel. Currently I shoot 2.5” RST ultra-lite in my old sxs box and side locks to be gentle on the thin English wrists and not to promote action wear. This load is smokeless with 3/4oz at 1125fps. How do you think this load will fare in my 1887? I would prefer to shoot smokeless “trapdoor” level loads so it’s less corrosive and I won’t have to clean as often. I appreciate the tradition of black powder, but I know it means I won’t take it out as often to shoot with.