After reading Richard Lee's Second Edition of Modern Reloading, I am somewhat reluctant to continue shooting boolits powered by fast shotgun or pistol powders. He makes some compelling arguments against this practice. At the other end of the spectrum is using a slow powder and reducing it by about 20% and going from there. I've shot cast boolits in handguns for a long time but am relatively new to the cast boolits in rifles. What do you think?