This thread has caused me a lot of grief over the last two days. Here why:
The data you need is on page 999 of Hornady 8th Edition. You should already have this manual. And Speer #14 and Lyman 49th. As a minimum...
In general, I side with those who are against just providing load data unless it seems that the requester has already done some of the work. So, I have been sitting this one out.
But, I am also concerned about safety and the 5.8 gr suggestion above exceeds by 0.1 gr, the max load in Hornady 8th. I don't load to max and absolutely don't load over max. It's Hornady's bullet and Hornady's book. For my money, they have the final answer.
There is also group think that is adverse to using fast powders such as Bullseye and Titegroup and I suspect some folks are staying away from this particular discussion based solely on the powder choice. It was mentioned above in talking about pressure curves. A little Bullseye goes a long way.
OTOH, Bullseye has been around for about 100 years so it has history. I use it quite a bit. But then I use 700-X and it is even faster!
Then there is the more general issue of Internet loads. Why would anybody, ever, rely on data provided by an old man with failing eyesight and dubious typing skills? Never trust an Internet load!
That said, Hornady 8th Ed page 999 shows the 200 gr HP-XTP with 5.0 - 5.7 gr of Bullseye and a COL of 1.230".
Do not rely on my typing! Buy the book: