So I was finally able to get my hands on some h110! Cabelas had it on the shelf and I grabbed it. I also picked up some Hornady 180 gr xtp's. Didn't have any 180 gr lead gas check bullets but the xtp's will make a nice hot load. Now, to my confusion: on the actual bottle of H110 it gives data for a 180 gr .357 nosler partition bullet. The MAXIMUM charge is 13.5, according to the data on the bottle. Then, in little print below, is says reduce by 3% to get a starting load. Then, in my Lyman 48th edition, is gives data for a 180 gr xtp. Maximum load? 14.5! And the STARTING load given is 13.7. So, what's the deal? Hodgdons website backs up the data on the bottle. I'm inclined to follow Hodgdons data but I want these to be max loads and don't want to cheat myself out of an extra grain of powder. Is there such a big difference between the nosler partition and the xtp to account for the difference? What's your take on it?