For the 180 and 200 grain Speer TMJ bullets, which I believe have electroplated jackets like the Gold Dots, and are between cast and conventional drawn jackets in hardness, the load ranges from VV are:
180-grain TMJ 12.7 grains starting to 14 grains maximum N110
200-grain TMJ 12.2 grains starting to 12.8 grains maximum N110
Your bullet would be roughly in between, but unless you know your bullet doesn't seat deeper than the TMJ bullets, use the 180-grain data for safety.
I use 13.5gr of H110 or Win296 (Hodgdon's lists as the same powder) with a lead or jacketed (180gr) bullet. I prefer this weight bullet in my .357 rifle, but not my pistols. Caution - do not reduce your load below any listed "Starting" load with either of these powders!!
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