OK, first an apology if this was covered somewhere but I searched and searched with no luck in finding something directly on topic.
I like simple logistics. In fact, the desire to keep my logistic simple drives a lot of my decisions.
In my never ending efforts to keep my logistics simple, I selected White Label BAC as my primary handgun bullet lube. It does a lot of things well and I'm satisfied with it.
My experience with the old stand-by NRA 50/50 was positive but BAC edged it out because it proved to be just a bit more universal for my needs. My reloading/shooting practices have changed a bit and I'm having second thoughts about my decision to abandon 50/50 in favor of BAC.
The bulk of my needs are centered around 38 Special and downloaded 44 Mag loads (Skeeter equivalent), all at or below 1000fps.
BAC is a bit more friendly when the lubed bullets need to be stored before loading into cartridges and BAC proved to be a better lube for 9mm and magnum revolver cartridges.
Anyone have experiences on point that they are willing to share?
Thanks in advance.