Out of a Colt Special Combat 38 Super, 1911 style:
115 gr Remington HP- 6.9 grs Unique- COL 1.255
115 gr Remington HP- 8.5 grs HS-6- COL 1.255
124 gr Remington Golden Sabre- 8.3 grs HS-6- COL 1.255
All have Federal Gold Metal #200 primers in Remington +p cases. All loads shoot under an inch at 25 yds from bags for five shot groups. I haven't run any of these across a chronograph so speed is an unknown. I prefer the HS-6 powder to the Unique. It meters very good and has less felt recoil. The pistol is far cleaner using the HS-6 even after several hundred rounds. The Golden Sabre is a major carry/defense load and a recovered bullet from sand at 25 yds looks just like a Black Talon. Supposedly, the GS bullet has more speed than a normal bullet of the same weight because of the power ring reducing bearing surface on the barrel. Again, I don't know this to be real as I haven't run them thru the screens yet. I am a fan of the Golden Sabre bullets and recommend them if you are looking at different bullets.
Thank's Trapper. I'm looking at all kind of things for this pistol, as far as reloading goes. I bought some Zero 135gr FMJ's from Powder Valleythe other day, they were out of most of the other sizes. I've found a few loads for the 135's, & will try some out his weekend.