The Hodgdon data you published is accurate. Since your bullet falls in the middle of those two weights, you should be fine with 3.0 to 3.8 grains of Titegroup, but should probably start at the low end and work your way up if you want a little more pop in the loads. 105 gr. is really light for .38 special bullets, so you won't have much in the way of recoil.
My guns include S&W and Colt revolvers, Colt and Ruger pistols, Remington 870 shotgun, Henry and Marlin .22LR rifles, Hi-Point 9mm carbine and Lancaster Arms AK. I reload handgun rounds with a Lee hand press, over 18K rounds since Nov. 2009 with nary a squib nor kaboom.
Last edited by spacecoast; January 30, 2013 at 12:34 PM.