Alright, here's what I'm coming up with from notes at hime:
BPI has published data for LBC 50 wads claiming a 1 1/4 oz shot charge over a 209A in a federal paper b/w hull with a 32 grain powder payload running 1,420 @ 10,500 psi. Somehow, I doubt that MV, but I'm gonna chrono a few to say I did.
They also published data suggesting that the same 32 grain powder charge in a 2.75" top gun using a 209A will push a 1 1/8 oz LBC43 payload to 1,500 @ 11,000 psi.
Strangely enough, BPI also published data for their MM1230 listing a 36-grain blue dot load in a 3" federal plastic b/w hull using a W209 that only pushes a 1 1/8 oz payload to 1,380 at 11,200 psi.
Lyman's 5th has a top gun load claiming 1293 FPS @ 11,500 psi using a W209, MM was, and 30 gr. blue dot.
It also has a 3" paper b\w load in 1 1/8 oz (PR123 wad) running 1433 @ 10,300 psi using a 209A and 37 gr. Blue Dot, and the same hull employing a W209 and 38 grains with a tuwsbl32/CSD0118 at running 1395 @ 11,000 psi.
Here's where it gets funny: Lyman's ALSO lists a Remington 3" hull, PR123, 32 gr. blue dot, W209, 1 1/8 oz shot, gets you 1433 @ 11,000 psi.
Same manual, 3" Cheddite, W209, 38 gr. blue dot, CSD0118, 1380 @ 10,600 psi.
3" Cheddite, W209, 35 gr. Blue Dot, PR123, 1 1/8 oz shot, 1,345 @ 11,000
Velocities and pressures kinda seem to be all over the board. Guess I'm gonna have to spend some time with that chrono.
Smell that? Smells like sumthin died in here.