When I carry my 1911, it's stoked with some 230-grain Black Talons I bought back in the 90s, but some of my mags are carrying 230-grain SXTs.
For general all around shooting and as a backup hunting sidearm, I shoot some 200-grain LSWC I cast using a Lyman 452460 mold I bought back in the day. There were several molds on the shelf to choose from, but I gave consideration to the 30 grains of bullet metal per bullet I would be saving...in those days I had almost NO disposable income. As it turns out, it's a decent bullet and I'm glad I chose it. It casts nicely and shoot well. I can push it to 920 fps with W231 and could probably get more speed with other powders if I thought it was worth pursuit. But I don't.
God I am hating caliber threads more and more