New reloader and I'm starting with .223 ammo for my Superior Arms 1:9 twist AR15. I purchased a One Book/One Caliber reloading pamphlet from Gander Mountain. I found some recipes I thought I'd try and then commenced to shop the rest of the store for the components I still needed. I had already been saving up a lot of spent brass from our club range here at Bragg. Anywho, the best powder that Gander Mountain seemed to have for my use was the Accurate 2230. The jug claimed it was perfect for AR15 and other .223 and 5.56 semis. Perfect for me but I'm not seeing a lot of info or a lot of recipes for the 2230. I've got my first lot I've reloaded of Sierra 55 grain BlitzKing setting on 24 grains of the 2230 (from my crimping question) that I'm ready to try. But I wanted to compare them to Hornady 55 grain V-Max. Am I being to simple minded to think the recipe would work with the different brand 55 grain bullet considering they're the same weight and type of round. (both jacketed with plastic cores) Or is there really a big different in the manufacturing that should lead me to be more caution with substitutes. And if there are better books on recipes out there, I'd be happy to hear about them. (I'm not pulling the trigger on any of my stuff till I get a little guidance) And thanks in advance.