Today it was finally cool enough to load a few rounds of .45 cal. 230gr RN Berry with Titegroup powder. There is not too much info on Titegroup powder so I ended up calling the factory. The tech there was not much help but gave some info. They call for the powder charge to start @4.0 grns and max @4.8grns with a COAL of 1.200. I asked about a COAL of 1.250 as I am set up to load at that length and want to keep as much ammo the same length as possible. I read through some threads but there seems to be a lot of discrepancy about Titegroup. They evidently use a lot of nitroglycerin in their powder and most comments stated that the rounds are really hot and smokey when fired. Has anyone had any info on loads for .45 cal with this powder or any suggestions as to the proper load? I loaded 50 rounds using 4.5 - 4.6 grns today for a test run. One comment was that it will enhance the recoil as compared to W-231. Am I going to have any future problems you can think of? Appreciate all suggestions.