Thanks for the speedy reply your advice is appreciated and duly noted.
I recently purchased the Lyman 49th Edition Reloading Handbook and also the ABC's of reloading and have read them both multiple times.
I went on Hodgdon's web site and found this data for TG using 115 gr spr GDHP .355 = COL 1.125" 4.5 - 4.8 gr.
I got this data from the Lyman 49th edition manual for TG using 115 gr Jacked HP OAL 1.090", 4.0 - 4.5 gr.
My goal is to stay safe and enjoy shooting and reloading for many years to come... I chose to stay within the minimum and maximum charge data for btoh of these loads and see how they would perform.
I loaded the 4.6 - 4.7 grains of TG with Hornady's 115 gr XTP Jacketed Hollow Points based on Hodgdon's min and max charge data and figured that if I kept within this range that I would be safe.
What do you recommend? Should I break down the 150 rounds loaded with 4.6 - 4.7 grains of TG and reload them with the minimum charge of 4.5 grains according to this data?