Spent the last two days, on and off, reloading 218 rounds of .25 acp. 1.3 grains of Bullseye & a 50 grain FMJ. Not particularly difficult unless you are blessed with arthritis in both hands and using a single stage press. Tiny little cases, tiny little bullets tiny little powder charges + that SOB Arthur. Why do it you ask? Well my grandfather had a Duo .25 auto in his collection (along with about 20 Colt caplock pistols and many others) that came to me years ago. (The Duo, not the Colts unfortunately) It was made in Czechoslovakia in 1944 by what is now CZ. It shoots pretty well for a tiny little copy of a Colt pocket .25. Periodically I must challenge myself so I reload for the little piece. It gets more painful every year too. But I succeeded. All loaded up and ready for another year or so of mini banging.