Well I got home with just a bit of light left and wanted to try 2 shots with 2 different loads out of my "new to me" .62 cal fowler. 1. 70 grains 2F powder, over powder card, 1/2" cushion wad, 1oz of 5 shot, and an over shot card 2. 80 grains 2F powder, over powder card, 1 and 1/8 oz of 5 shot, and a 1/2" lubricated cushion wad (skychief style) Both shots were fired from 20 yds at a 2x2 square inch paper on a full sheet of newspaper. The gun worked flawlessly, primed with 4F, having no appreciable delay between spark and main charge ignition. The patterns were very different. Load 1 left a donut hole in the middle of the pattern. That load might need more shot to improve the column. Load 2 was excellent with 2 bb in the 2x2 and many others around it. While more work needs to be done on this load (may up the shot quantity a bit and try again) it is a valid load for pheasant this weekend. Wanted to thank folk here for the guidance that got me off to a pretty quick start.