I don't write about it much but I do reload.
I came up with a good load for Berry's 115 gr RN some time back, it's boring and not sexy but soft shooting and accurate.
4.2 gr Win 231, 1.135" OAL, Remington primer No.1 1/2 (my favorite primers)
Not making a PF round, just a fun target range one, barely gets to 1000 FPS.
I recently bought some 147 gr FN lead (SNS Casting) and called them on their pet load for it. They called out Accurate No.7, 5.6-5.7 gr, "load it as long as you can".
Well I didn't have any Accurate powder No.anything so I played with this bullet with other powders I had on hand, none worked very well. The ones that shot fairly accurately, smoked like a black powder rifle. I pushed it a little hard with one pretty accurate powder, trying to cut the smoke and ended up with more smoke and an extremely leaded barrel.
(Anyone needs to know how to clean a cave barrel, give me a call)
At the same time I picked up some Berry's 124gr HBFN at a good price.
I tried a lower load of a 124 gr FMJ load that works pretty well for me, it shot almost well enough but I was pushing it hard even at a lower charge weight and this stuff doesn't do well at real low weights (Power Pistol).
I decided to pick up some Accurate No.7 for that lead 147 gr bullet, I'm pig headed but I do listen and loaded it as directed by the guys at SNS. It worked great, very well, no smoke, clean burn, soft shooting and very accurate.
I was looking at Accurate's load data and saw they had quite a few loads for Berry's Bullets listed. I worked up some testers with the newly aquired No.7 for the range of my Berry's 124 gr HBFP, all went very well with my testers.
I loaded more of them up and headed for the range with great results again, I began wondering why I don't see much about Accurate powders on the gun forums after all of this. I really don't know why, seems like pretty good stuff to me.
Here's my load for the Berry 124 gr HBFN:
6.4 gr Accurate No.7
Speer once and twice fired cases
Remington and Winchester primers
1.065 OAL (the bullet bottoms the rifling at 1.080")
.376 taper crimp
Top: 115 gr Berry RN
Mid: 147 gr SNS LFN
Btm:124 gr Berry HBFP