I started to post this earlier and got distracted, so let me try again. I was fortunate enough to find one of the S&W "Peanut Handle" bullet moulds years ago. It was in a caliber I had never owned, 38 S&W, but with its 2 chambers (round ball and round nose conical) and its built in primer seater (not to mention the cool handle design) it was too cool to pass up!
Flash forward about 15 years and I have just picked up an old S&W Regulation Police in that very caliber. I want to try some of the round ball loads in it for indoor plinking and was wondering whether anyone else on the Board had done any load development for these little "cat sneeze" loads. I'd like to hand seat the ball over some sort of standard fast burning powder (like maybe Bullseye or Unique) with a dab of lube on top... keep it very simple so I can do it on the spur of the moment. With the primer seater built in as it is on the mould that, along with some kind of decapper, will make it possible for me to do this otherwise tool-less.
I seem to remember seeing a long thread on this very subject here about a year ago, but when I did a search, I had no luck. Any help would be most appreciated.