I've found and read many threads in searching this great forum about exactly this kind of question. I wish I had done slightly more research before I ordered bullets with my initial setup to make sure there were loads out there for them. But here I am. Struggling to find exactly the load data I need. A friend who has been reloading for 30 years encouraged me to order plated bullets because he's lead adverse. I took his advice because Speer has a 20% off rebate which made the plated bullets nearly as cheap as lead. I ordered 1500 bullets to start with. To reload I have: 500 TMJ FP 125g 500 TMJ FP 158g and I ordered some lead anyways because its very cheap 500 LRNFP 158g For powder I have: 1lb of W231 1lb of Alliant 2400 Finding recipes for the lead "cast" RNFP is pretty easy. Seems to always been plenty of data on lead bullets. I think I can manage to get those 500 lead bullets used up. But finding exactly "Total Metal Jacket Flat Point" Load data is not. I've seen another THR user post they use 4.1g of w231 for their 125g TMJ FP. But then I've also seen the 1995 Speer loading manual say for 125g TMJ w231 to use 5.6g and DNR. I'm using online resources for load data because unless I know the recipes I need are in the physical manual I don't want to buy it just yet. Can anyone help me out with this? Assuming the weight and OAL are identical a recipe should work for any shape of bullet? I would love to be taking to the range with me next time a small handful of: 125g 38 special 125g 38 special +p 158g 38 and +p 125g 357 158g 357 Appreciate any direction. Thanks!