I am currently experiencing great success with the LEE tumble lube 200 grain SWC cast lead bullet. And I don't have to freakin size them. With 3.8 or 4.0 grains of PROMO [RedDot], this load is a tack driver at the 25 yard line.
THE LYMAN 452460-200GR over 7.0GR of Unique for 975fps from the COLT NM 45 and the same from the RUGER OM 4 5/8" BLACKHAWK. Either pistol with that load will take the X out of the X-ring and never come close to touching the ring itself.
The same bullet, in my old S&W M25-2 6 1/2" pistol, riding 6.7GR of Unique shot the smallest group I ever fired at 25 yards, 1/4" C-TO-C.
NO 45ACP pistol I ever owned would come close with the the H&G 68 or THE SAECO 69, and I must have tested fifteen propellents in trying.
I am also a fan of the Lyman/Ideal 452460. I cast soft and lube soft and load over just about any powder listed for it. It just plain works. In a semi auto I prefer it because it doesn't have the long nose that the others have and gives a longer bore riding bearing surface; I'm convinced that that promotes accuracy. It works well in my NS from AR or Auto cases. RCBS has a mold that is almost an exact duplicate and also works just as well.
The H&G #68 or the RCBS 452-201-KT 200gn cast L-SWCs.
If you want to buy them, then go to MasterCastBullets.com and get their 14BHN 200gn L-SWCs.
Swaged bullets are sometimes more accurate. Look to Zero 185gn swaged L-SWCHP or their 200gn swaged L-SWC. Very accurate in my guns, but so are the mastercastbullets.com's.
I just started reloading not to long ago, I have a 70 series 38 special only takes wad cutters, I bought the Lee .357 wad cutter mould and use bullseye, my weight was 2.4 they were shooting very clean I made a box of 3.0 and there very dirty and totally different to shoot, going back to 2.4