You are a newbie, not a bad thing,we all started there, but, DO NOT take anyone's word on loads. Get a manual. get two manuals. Lyman's Cast bullet manual is a good place to start. I have reloaded probably 30,000 rounds of 44 mag,most of it with Hodgdon H110 and I never start without checking the book.
If you can't afford one, wait until you can. Kabooms are at the least, expensive, at the worst fatal.
This is a very safe and rewarding hobby, IF IT IS DONE RIGHT!! Each gun is different, and a load that is safe in my Marlin, may not be safe in yours. Everything you will find in the books is PROBABLY safe in all modern firearms originally chambered for that cartridge. They will usually give you a minimum and a maximum charge. With any new load, start well below the max.
Read all the information in the front of the manual. It tells you how to go about the reloading process,and all the required equipment.
One thing that may not be covered in the books: Any time the shot sounds"funny", anything out of the ordinary, STOP!!unload the firearm and check the bore for obstructions. A bullet lodged halfway down the bore has probably blown up more firearms than any other thing.
Now that I have scared the h&*l out of you , welcome to the world of reloading. Start right, stay safe, and happy shooting.
I am not trying to scare you off, just don't want to read about you in the papers.