I've had this problem before myself. What I did was to look up the web site of the maker of the powder and looked to see if they had a 800 number to call or some other way to contact them to ask questions about reloading data. Most of them do and will give out the info over the phone if they give an 800 number. But some you will have to do it through chats or through their contact system. I had to do that with Aliant powder. But they did get back to me within a day either to ask me more questions or to give me the info that I wanted. I've found that almost if not all powder makers will be more that happy to give out this type of info to anyone that asks for it. They want to make sure that people that are using their powders are doing it safely. So give this a try. Also most powder makers have reload data on their web sites too. You just have to look up the caliber of the bullet, type, and weight. Then you look for the powder type and then see if they have posted the data. If not then they will give a way to contact them to get it. Best of luck.