Got my 300 gr Hornady XTPs from Midway last night and as soon as I get the hogs butchered out will be working up a load with some H110. These look pretty impressive in the load data book, clocking 1350 fps out of a 6.5" pistol with 19 grs of H110. I don't have a crono yet so I'm just calculating vols from the load data I have. I know the velocity lost when shortening a rifle barrel is about 40 fps/inch but what is the velocity gained when running a pistol round in a rifle. I'm figuring around 20 fps/inch. That should have them screaming at about 1500 or maybe a little more. If I can get performance like that out of these buggers and get decent accuracy I may just start using these instead of the Leverevolutions that Hornady have running at very near the same velocities but with a 225 grain bullet. The only problem I can think I may run into would be OAL being too long. I have some Double Tap hard cast 300s that shoot fine in my 629 but are a tad too long for the 94.