I like to use the Pyrodex pellets which are equvalent to 30gr of powder.
They function quite well in the 0.44 Remington and the 0.44 1860 Army Colt. The Walker one pellet "disappears" and the ball without a bunch of wading will not seat properly..
The Walker appears that it is made for a much larger charge of powder then the other small cylinder pistolds. What is the maximum loading data for this pistol?
Historically what references I could find is that the Walker took 50 to 60 gr of powder. Two of the Pyrodex pellets with a ball look perfect (I have not fired it this way).
Can the Walker handle this load?