I recently got more motivated to reload for the 44 special. I now have a 44 special revolver and more interested in reloading options. I found about 120 Speer 200 grain Gold Dot HP on the shelf. Grabbed my notebook and found that I altered the original load and could not find the data to back it up. Spent a couple nights trying to backtrack to figure out why I changed the load. The original load was 6.3 to 6.8 of Universal. I loaded the last batch at 6.5 grains, which shot fairly well at 25'. What surprised my in researching the problem, I could not find any data for the 200 grain GDHP. I was using the Speer #13. I checked online and my Hodgdon manuals. No GDHP. Now I can't figure out how I got the first load data. I did see where I altered my data with another 200 grain Speer bullet. Using that data I noted a 7.3 grain charge of Universal. I did not load the bullets and won't until I figure this out. I'm exploring coated lead options with another member. I've not loaded any lead in 20 years. New experience is welcome since the coated bullets are more available than the jacketed stuff I usually use. My question is twofold, is my original load safe at 6.3 of Universal with the 200 grain GDHP and can anyone direct me to a loading source for that bullet. Thank you.