The assembled round is called a cartridge, not a bullet.Originally Posted by caryg
The best thing to do is use the load data in the published reloading manuals, rather than untested data from some guy on an Internet forum. One such manual that is available free is this one:
It covers Hodgden, IMR and Winchester powders.
Allient's Unique is also a very popular powder, and one of my favorites. Allient's on-line loading guide is not as extensive, but it's available at:
A couple of printed manuals from Speer, Sierra or Hornady are good investments, as well.