Rule of thumb - jacketed data is usually OK for good hard cast bullets (ie what you'll get here).
DON'T take someone's max loads with LBT-style cast bullets and use with jacketed. Often the LBT bullets take up so much less powder space that they use considerably more powder than a jackted bullet of the same weight.
Best bet is to get a chrono and make sure that the velocities are in the range you are expecting.
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