There is no majic number.
In my experience I have observed the folowing
A barrel with any jacket material in it will tend to shread lead bullets. Start with a nice clean barrel (with stinky copper solvent)
Hardness of the bullet should be matched to the use . Most commercial cast lead bullets are too hard because customers insist on it.
Many of the hard bullets out there only shine when you push them fairly hard like in a 44 mag
Another decideing factor is the smoothness of the barrel and how the rifeling is cut. I have some fairly warm 44 mag loads that work very well in my S&W revolvers and my Marlin cowboy (cut ballard rifeling,not micro-groove). These are plain base commercial cast bullets, no gas check.
These same loads are horrible in my Ruger Blackhawk . Not sure if it is the smoothness of the barrel or just the way it is cut but it doesn't like these loads.
The powder selection is another variable. Two loads with different powders pushing the same bullet at the same velocity can be different in how they lead things up.Has to due with flame tempeture behind the bullet and also different presure curves that can affect how the bullet seals
Short answer is your load seems resonable- try it and see
I avoid gas check bullets in most cases, they add expence and are a pain to work with if you are casting