That's why I like Bullseye with my 148 wadcutters, just 2.7 grains per charge. It lasts forever. LOL It is also very accurate as is Red Dot, very efficient powders for light loads. But, to maximize a .357, you need a slower powder. What's the use in shooting .357 if you're not getting magnum ballistics from it?welder05 said:Thanks for the info. I am just about out of Red Dot so I'll give Blue a try... There is such a small charge of Red Dot a pound will go a long long way.