I loaded up some nice lower velocity plinking rds for my 464 using X-Treme's 150grn plated bullet and Win760 powder I had laying around some time ago but didn't get a chance to chrono them. They shoot decently and the lower recoil works well with my wife (5'0" and 110lbs) and other smaller women and kids who want to give it a try. I like shooting them at my favorite target, bowling pins, at 200ys off the bench. Even with the stock open sights, that brass bead front sight is clear and smacking those pins a real kick. Anyway, I'd worked them up but never got around to chronoing them until just a week ago. (You know us retired types are busy all the time. ) I took 6 rifles, 5 leverguns and my Mini-14, out to chrono one day as I'd tweaked the loads in the others during the last year. I was going for 2,000fps for my 464 as I thought that it would be a good, easy recoiling load range but finding a sweet spot meant I added a few 10th of a grain more than I'd targeted. So, the big reveal came and my 10 shot data showed they were averaging 2,071fps with an SD of 18. That's a bit faster than I was aiming for and I wouldn't have minded if the SD was down below 10, but all in all it turned out a good load for days in the mid 80s. I'm thinking now of maybe searching for an accuracy load point even lower than that so I can get them down where anyone will enjoy shooting it. However, it's got to pass the test, hitting the pins at 200.