My only complaint with the Casull is the volume, mild to wild it is loud. However, it doesn’t stop me from enjoying it.
In my opinion, the .460 is the answer to a question that wasn’t asked. If I want to shoot 200 grain bullets, they’ll be 0.401” or smaller. Small rifle primers are little different than large pistol for loading, at least in my experience.
I agree about the volume of the .454 and thus the .460. Extremely hard to get along with noise wise. I am annoyed with the small primer. There is no difference to loading large pistol and large rifle. I have to change the priming system to load casulls. Everything else is the same on the lower half of the press for Long Colt and .460 so I just use those.
I agree about the question that wasn't asked part. It was a let's find something else to fit in this big revolver cylinder...oh you can shoot two(four if you reload) other cartridges in it too? Yeah let's do that. Originally published loading was 52 grains of 296 under a 200 grain spitzer...the shockwave in broad daylight made the .500 look mild mannered. It has better projectile support now, but it is still a behemoth that needs a built in hanger for earmuffs.