I keep hearing that Pedersoli Sharps can handle SAAMI pressures, but Hodgdon publishes a lot of reloading data that seems to be much hotter. Some of these loads are listed as producing up to 50,000 CUP of pressure. Buffalo Bore claims that their .45-70 ammo, which is very very hot, is safe to use in Pedersoli Sharps. The energy produced by Buffalo Bore loads is equal to or greater than most of the published reloading data I've seen, but obviously we can't determine pressure based on ballistics alone. So what should I do if I load powder from another company, such as Alliant Reloder 7, when they don't publish pressures in their data?