Lee lists a two cavity 452-160-RF 160gr .452 Diameter RNFP mold #90570.
I've only found two .45 Colt loads for it. Hodgdon has pistol loads using
HP-38 or W231 starting load at 6.5g, 7,700 CUP, 917 ft/s and a max load of 9.0g, 1177 ft/s, 13,800 CUP.
TrailBoss starting at 7.0g, 903 ft/s, 8,100 PSI to a max of 8.5, 1018ft/s, 10,800 PSI.
There is nothing listed under rifle loads.
It would make for a nice just for fun punching paper and plinking load I think. It would be nice to use it in the revolver and lever gun I'd imagine loads up near the max would be fine in a Marlin 1894 too. The revolver would be a S&W 25. Hodgdon notes the load as "This data is intended for original Colt revolvers and their replicas. Max pressure, 14,000 CUP." so I don't imagine I'd have any trouble with the max load in the revolver.
Would the TrailBoss be a better load because its "fluffy" and will take up more volume? Does TrailBoss meter well in a Lee Classic Turret?
Curios if anyone loads anything similar? I've looked all over for a Unique load but, haven't found one. Anyone have one to share?