Lyman Shotshell Handbook 2nd Edition has some loads, but they seem to be using built up wad columns, #57 and #157 primers, or Alcan 220 primers. On the other hand, you have some mighty fine fertilizer there.
I got a couple of the 3 lb containers of AL5 in one of those 'free to a good home' deals and from the old data that came with it, the powder is best in the heavier 12 gauge hunting loads and 20 gauge target loads. I'm not going to post data for it but you can find that in the handloading data that was available in the 60's and early 70's. My main use for it is in heavy cast bullet .45 colt loads. Pretty decent powder IMO.
AL-8 is one that I have never tried but it is listed on the burn chart right next to 800X. Thats doesn't mean they are interchangable but rather the application would be similar.