So I happened to acquire some .380 auto reloads which were loaded by a gentleman who has since passed on (otherwise i'd be asking him). The bullets are cast lead round nose, 95 gr. I am fully ignorant about all aspects of reloading, but interested in learning. Anyways, this gentleman was nice enough to label the box of reloads with some information, which I am having trouble deciphering. Thought maybe there was some kind of standard notation within the reloading community, and someone with more advanced knowledge would be able to help determine what exactly I've got my hands on and whether or not it would blow a P3 into a million pieces. here's what it says: 4.63 SR 7625 #8 / 1 1/2 95gr 358242 / 356 I was able to figure out that SR 7625 is a powder type manufactured by IMR which has since been absorbed by Hodgdon. I found some reloading data for .380 auto on the Hodgdon website regarding this powder type, but I wasnt quite sure what to make of it and furthermore, there was no data listed for a 95gr bullet. If anybody can help decipher the information about these reloads it would be much appreciated. I'm considering taking a PPK out to the range and comparing the felt recoil of these reloads against a blazer FMJ, before attempting to fire through the KT. Warnings? Suggestions? Info?