If you want to have some cheap fun getting to know your new rifle (and have some Bullseye powder) you might want to try some of these:
They charge $14 for 100 collar button bullets. These are a gallery bullet at 190 grains. He also sells the classic Lyman 457130 collar button for $13 for 100, but I have not tried that one yet.
My trapdoor is a full size 1884 rifle with the Buffington sights. I wanted a "fun" load, so I tried these two loads a couple of years ago.
Here is the target at 15 yards with the 4.0 grains of Bullseye Load:
And the Chronograph Data:
Here is the 4.8 Grain Bullseye Load target:
And the Chrono Data:
The distance to the target was only about 15 yards, but my purpose was just to chronograph the loads. This was the first time I had tried a cat sneeze load in my trapdoor, so I was surprised it shot as well as it did. I was aiming at the center of the target with sight in the lowered battle position.
It was also a surprise to me that the SD with the 4.0 grain Bullseye load was only 10.1 fps. That is a big case with a tiny charge of Bullseye powder with no filler.
These loads are quiet, absolutely zero recoil and a hoot to shoot. I shot the rest that I loaded at an AR-500 plate about 40 yards away and managed to pop it almost every time. Which is a minor miracle, considering how teeny tiny and fine the sights are on my rifle.
I just thought I would share a cheap and fun way to get to know your rifle. The $14 I spent on the 100 bullets from Western Bullets made me smile enough that the NOE Collar Button mold is on my short list to buy next.