Amen.the new hornady manual is out.[9th edition]
the 'old' manual is discounted everywhere....cheap.
It also has the data you need/want.
No 'slam' meant, but.....
On the limited info you provide,
i would not recommend any data.
My best advice:
Start with a reputable manual
using the component info provided
pick your components from the data.
It is dangerous to trust info from any
internet source.....even from people who mean well.
I am for your safety.
Use a manual [data] that is respected
or don't put the components together.