OK, in between cutting the lawn and cleaning the whole bathroom I went down and shot my .475 for accuracy at 50 yd's. These are not whimp loads either and 1/2 gr more powder will stick cases. The load is my 430 gr GC, truncated cone boolit. 26 gr's of 296 and the Fed 155 primer. The gun is a BFR 7-1/2". Wrist twisters delux. As many of you know, I don't like Alox whether Lee LA or any other mix. I don't know what the glamour is about it but it never prevented leading and was never the most accurate. I have played with the stuff for as long as I can remember and todays test bears out what I think. The boolit I chose averages 1" or a little more at 50 yd's with Felix. I did not weigh them and the red dot covered a 2" white spot so any groups better then I can hold and see are good.
I started with Carnauba Red, then Alox 2500 plus, 50-50 Alox, then Felix.
Carnauba Red shot the best with 4 shots in 1/2" and one I called because I seen less black under the dot and the darn thing went off. I found a few tiny flakes of lead.
2500 Plus gave me a wide group of 2-7/16" and I found a lot of lead in the bore.
50-50 shot into 2-1/16" with 3 in 3/4" and two low that I blame on leading because there was a lot in the full length of the barrel.
Felix gave the standard 4 in 1-1/8 with one a little low. A few tiny flakes of lead.
I cleaned the barrel good between lubes and shot one fouling shot at 100 yd's.
So I would list the lubes in this order;
Alox 2500 plus.
Darn, can't post a picture!