Hello guy's this is my first post here.
I have been reloading for about 15 years now for my rifles. But just started reloading for my 45 auto pistol. I seem to be having some leading issues and maybe someone here could help me out. I have some 200gr RNFP boolits that mic .452-.4525 from Missouri Bullet co. They claim that they have a hardness of 18Bhn. I was charging them with 5.0gr of Bullseye. When cleaning I found the barrel was leaded. So I cleaned the lean out and slugged the barrel and it is .453. Is my only choice to get rid of the leading issues to order some boolits in .454 dia if I want to shoot cast boolits? Or should I try and bump up my powder charge to widen the back end of the boolit out?