Another mold I've had good results with is the Accurate 36-245D. I use this one mostly for small game and plinking loads with 8-9 grains of Bullseye for about 1000-1100 fps. Cast 1:40 it rivets and expands some if large bones are hit, and even at subsonic velocity its penetration is astounding. This gives me an alternate bullet which is very accurate at lower subsonic velocities for low noise, and is distinctively different from the heavier 260-grain LBT bullet I use for "full charge" hunting loads.
The huge, ample grease groove ensures adequate lube capacity for use with LPG lube and Goex black powder without "fouling out" over long strings of fire.
If anyone needs to ask "Why would I want to shoot black powder?" The answer is Because I wanted to see what it did and I can!