I've mentioned the big lead stash and the barrel leading from the first batch of c. 230-grain round-nose bullets. Pan lubrication solved that problem, but a delightful auction has made it nearly moot. I cannot explain why the gunny crowd let me buy 1,500 commercial .452 SWC 200-grainers at exactly one and one-half cents per round.
Geeking it out: A cent and a half for the bullet, three cents each for the primer and case, just under two cents for the Unique. I'll be shooting Mister Browning's (PBUH) big pistol for about twice the cost of the cheapest .22 rimfires.
My oracle foresees more and louder bangs in the Camp J vicinity for the next year or so.