Just a few loads from a couple of months ago for my 1968 ZKW465 Brno .22 Hornet. Still amazed at how well it shoots and how good Lil'Gun powder is.
I have since changed to CCI small pistol primers and find them better than the Remington small pistol primers. And have taken the 35gr VMax load down to 13gr, which lowered the ES. I worked up to 13.5gr with no pressure signs. The once-fired R-P cases fit in up to 14gr, just. Obviously each rifle is different and work up accordingly and with care. I neck size only down as far as the base of the bullet will be seated to. These are just my amateurish observations.
The H110 does well, but Lil'Gun beats it in my old Hornet. The Nosler 40gr Ballistic Tip has to be seated deep into the case to function in the magazine and I crimp all my Hornet rounds with a Lee factory crimp die. The Nosler 40gr is really good on foxes and with 13gr Lil'Gun touches just over 3000fps . I have Speer 40gr and 45gr to try, but still stuck on VMax and Noslers.
Even the Winchester factory 45gr SPs do really well in this old rifle. PPU and Sellier and Bellot are slow and group out to 2".
PS forgot to add that I use a Lee expander die to very slightly flare the case mouth before seating, as recommended by Muir and others. Stops cases buckling and badly seated bullets.