Are they FMJ or are they plated bullets? 130 is a rather odd weight for a jacketed bullet...but it is possible. It's more common to see that weight in cast lead or plated lead though.
Check the Hodgdon data center. http://data.hodgdon.com/cartridge_load.asp
They do have a few loads for the 130gr Berrys plated round nose. These would be mild loads for a standard jacketed FMJ bullet.
Also, 130gr is very similar in weight to 124/125gr. 5gr is enough of a difference to be cautious enough to stay away from the max loads.
If you stayed at the bottom of the 124/125gr data you should be safe.