I shoot in a casual bowling pin league, my main gun for big bore is a Smith 629 8/3/8" .44, mainly to keep my Anaconda from taking a beating. Anyhow, I have a cool Smith 625 Performance Center .45 as well, but moon clips are not allowed in competition. I came across about 500 rounds of 45 auto rim which was old and from the 70's. Most of it shot, some didn't. But now I have all the brass and am not a reloader, but a guy that shoots with us does most of my reloads for me, he does great, and I take his word. Anyhow, he is not terribly familiar with the 45 AR, but usually loads his .45 with 7 grains of cfe with standard length 45, and a 230 grain bullet from acme or extreme. Anybody have any objections to this, or have a super great recipe for 45 AR on bowling pins? Please dumb it down for me, I trust him and don't know that much of the terminology and what not. Thanks!