Imr 4350 vs h4350. Available now as the original IMR 4350, Hodgdon’s H4350 and Ac...

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I also have for years taken for granted that basically AA-4350 and IMR-4350 data was interchangeable and have used data as such. But if you REALLY look at reloading data and burn-rate charts, no one agrees with powder burn rates and this includes the 4350s. Here are where the authorities place the 4350s: Hodgdon 82. IMR4350 83. H4350 84.In general, H4350 is the gold standard for temperature sensitivity in 3006 for the mid weight and heavier bullets. Z. zeroz 3m ta3. Full Member. Minuteman. Feb 13, 2017 ... 57.5 grains of IMR 4350 and just about any 165 grain bullet you can find. I like hollow point SGK's . Reactions: sti40edge, wolfeel, RegionRat and 1 other person. K. K31ScoutVarget IMR-4064 H380 IMR-4350 I have a good supply of 7mm bullets on hand and thought I'd start out with 120 to 140 bullets in this caliber and the only powder I dont have on hand that I'd like to give a try is Ramshot BigGame. ... And, I also want to try H4350 with the latter. Good Luck . Feb 21, 2012 #3 J. jimbires Handloader. Aug 16, 2011Feb 15, 2013 · Boolit Master. Join Date. Mar 2005. Location. Nashvegas, TN. Posts. 1,386. I loaded IMR4350, H4831, and RE19 in my 30/06's and .300 WSM for years until I tried Big Game and Hunter last year. In 3 different rifles all had equal or better accuracy with better velocity and standard deviation using the Ramshot powders. Mar 30, 2014 · 111. IMR 4350 is my goto powder for all loads with 7mm mag. and up to 180 gr. in my .300 Win. Mag. From past experience it works across a wide range of cartridges with excellent accuracy and few, if any, problems from environmental sensitivity. When I started loading metallic rifle back in the early 70's IMR was about all we could get. H 4350 is AR 2209. When first released in the 80's, it was a about 5% faster than IMR 4350. When ADI got the contracts of supply to Hodgdon, it changed the burning rate to slightkly slower than IMR which hurt no-one and made the powder more flexible in a lot of magnums so it was an improved product in the market place.I would think H4350 and R-17 would work for bigger bullets in the 7-08 around 150 to 162ish. I think theyre a little too slow burning for 120-140s IMO. Thanks Patton243, as you mentioned I want it for the heavier bullets really, on the lighter ones I'm pretty well set, I'm curious which one to try first or try both. Thanks again.The 180 Gr is on the heavy side for the 7RM, H-4350 is probably a too fast burning powder for that bullet weight. A more appropriate powder would be IMR-8133, Ramshot Magnum ,even Retumbo. With these slower burning powders make sure your neck tension is set properly, this will help with inconsistent velocity’s, CBTO will also aid a lot.The Pennyrile of Kentucky. I finally got around to trying the IMR4350 powder in my 6.5. Loaded up 40 grains with a 120 grain Sierra SP, Hornady brass and a CCI primer. Five shots measured .9 at a 100 yards, very mild shooting load. Then I went up to 41.8 grains, and tried both the Sierra and a 120 Nosler BT.Hodgdon H4350 powder CCI LR Mag primers or Rem 9 1/2 LR Mag Primers Sierra 180 Gr. Gameking bullets I also have some IMR 4830 but only a couple pounds. I have a full 8 lbs of 4350 so I would like to find a load using it.In my mind this proves 100% that H4350 is the FASTEST burning of the 4350 powders. It gave the highest velocity in EVERY cartridge, sometimes over 100fps faster. That's quite a difference when you're talking about a 165gr bullet. There is also no doubt in my mind that AA4350 is the SLOWEST buring of the three.Product Overview. IMR 4350 is a medium- to slow-burn rate propellant and is the number one choice for the new short magnums, both Remington and Winchester versions. For magnums with light- to medium-bullet weights, IMR 4350 is the best choice. IMR recommends always consulting www.IMRReloading.com for the most accurate, up-to-date data.Jul 26, 2007 · I also have for years taken for granted that basically AA-4350 and IMR-4350 data was interchangeable and have used data as such. But if you REALLY look at reloading data and burn-rate charts, no one agrees with powder burn rates and this includes the 4350s. Here are where the authorities place the 4350s: Hodgdon 82. IMR4350 83. H4350 84. I am having issues finding H4350 my Lyman manual shows very similar performance with IMR and I think all IMR powders are suppose to have some copper fouling inhibitor in them. So what is the difference does anyone have a history with the IMR powders? Savage 12BVSS Well-Known Member Joined Dec 20, 2019 Messages 1,067 Location Maine Jan 12, 2020 #2Jan 24, 2014 · Re: IMR 4350 vs. H4350 in 6.5 Creedmoor Typically H4350 is a tad slower than the IMR variant, but H is more temp stable. IMR isn't too bad on sensitivity, especially compared to the Reloader powders. not sure if 5 degrees is the difference, but IMR 4350 is known to be more temperature sensitive than not . Tikkaguy Sergeant of the Hide. Full Member. Minuteman. Aug 16, 2020 324 176. ... I have 8lbs of h4350 just trying to use up this Imr. May have to use it in another rifle . Gohring65 Cheap bastard. Full Member. Minuteman. Feb 13, 2017 …The suggested powder is IMR 4064. Based on research so far. Many 30-06 shooters utilize IMR 4350. This is a slower burning powder than the 4064 (something I'm learning about). I see the test barrel they used for this data is 24" long. I'm shooting a Browning A-Bolt stainless stalker with a 21" barrel.Jan 28, 2017 · The Big Country. Jan 28, 2017. #2. 7828 or H1000 is going to give the highest velocity of the three you mention in the .257 Wby. Has to do with expansion ratio or how much powder you are trying to force down a given bore size. Generally, the greater the powder charge (case capacity) to bore size ratio, the slower powders are going to provide ... Probably the best example of this is the slow-burning single-based rifle propellant known as 4350. Available now as the original IMR 4350, Hodgdon’s H4350 and Accurate Arms’ 4350, the potential for confusion is obvious. Other powders sharing this same situation are 4227, 4198, 4895, and 4831. The temperature stability of H4350 means it has a different formula than IMR4350. They are different. Although the load data can be useful for estimating the performance of the other, it cannot be counted on other than to give you a good idea where to set your minimum as you work your way up your own safety testing.18 ធ្នូ 2008 ... What is the the basic difference between these two powders? I have a Speer reloading manual dated 1979 and it describes them as both being ...Jan 18, 2005. 46. 0. I've tried both 4350's in November in Alaska and H4350 very definitley has the edge in temperature stability. The rifle in question is a 358 Norma Mag. Max load for IMR 4350 is listed at 74 grains but I can't get that much IMR in the case, even with serious compression, the bullet will back out.not sure if 5 degrees is the difference, but IMR 4350 is known to be more temperature sensitive than not . Tikkaguy Sergeant of the Hide. Full Member. Minuteman. Aug 16, 2020 324 176. ... I have 8lbs of h4350 just trying to use up this Imr. May have to use it in another rifle . Gohring65 Cheap bastard. Full Member. Minuteman. Feb 13, 2017 …Because I can't find H4350 in Barnes data, using IMR 4350 as an example, in the first Barnes manual they made that has the 225 TSX/LRX, it shows 67 gr max charge. Currently (on-line) they show a 68.3 gr max charge using IMR 4350 and the TSX/TTSX. TSX is the common bullet between them, and they are showing different numbers based on …2 វិច្ឆិកា 2012 ... There's also a similar difference when comparing the same Sierra bullet but using IMR-4350. Sierra's max is 56.0gr while Hodgdon's is a ...I've developed a fairly accurate load with my rifle using IMR-4350 and the 105 Amax in my .243 Win. I'm switching to H4350 because of less temperature sensitivity. I found two pounds of H4350 yesterday locally. So im starting a new load work up. What charge weight do you recommend I start my...Over 2800 fps with 140/142s (like 100 fps above H4350), and almost as fast as SuperFormance and Hybrid100V for the 147s. What really surprised me, though, is the data for .30-06 - namely, pushing the 208 ELD-M @ 2660 fps w/ 54.2 grains. Hodgdon also lists it as faster than Enduron 4955 and SuperFormance with 180s (and H4350).I haven't tried H4350 with a 165 gr. bullet as of yet in my 30-06 but two years ago I shot a cow elk with the 165 gr. Nosler AccuBond using W760 and the elk died. Bullet entered in the ribs on the right side and destroyed the left lung. Elk went maybe 30 yards, laid down and died. Rifle FN Mauser custom, 24" barrel.Bullet: 168 grain Speer Gold Match BTHP. Brass: WW Virgin. Primer: Winchester LR mag. Temp: 20 degrees F. Range Cond: 100 yards, flat light on snow. 73.0 grains, IMR 4350= 3,190 fps, ES 10 fps and a 0.48 inch group. 73.0 grains, H 4350 = 3,120 fps, ES 40 fps and a 1.5 inch group. The difference in group size really surprised me....11 មករា 2018 ... It's not a version of H4350 as it is manufactured by a different company (General Dynamics v Thales / ADI), in a different continent even ( ...Sep 23, 2016 · Bugger, Both IMR4350 and H4350 vary slightly in burn-rate from lot to lot, but overall I've been using exactly the same charges as IMR4350 since starting to use H4350 at least 15 years ago, with very similar results in both accuracy and velocity in cartridges from the .243 Winchester to .375 H&H. I’m using IMR4350 with great results, 41.6 grains and 143 gr Hornady ELD-X is averaging .56 inch for a 5 shot group at 100 yards. I’m also having good luck with RL16 and 140 gr Speer Gold Dots. Only one 5 shot group but it was under .5 inch. Re: IMR4350 vs H4350 in 6.5 Creedmoor. centershot # 14637182 03/06/20.Jan 18, 2005. 46. 0. I've tried both 4350's in November in Alaska and H4350 very definitley has the edge in temperature stability. The rifle in question is a 358 Norma Mag. Max load for IMR 4350 is listed at 74 grains but I can't get that much IMR in the case, even with serious compression, the bullet will back out.The Pennyrile of Kentucky. I finally got around to trying the IMR4350 powder in my 6.5. Loaded up 40 grains with a 120 grain Sierra SP, Hornady brass and a CCI primer. Five shots measured .9 at a 100 yards, very mild shooting load. Then I went up to 41.8 grains, and tried both the Sierra and a 120 Nosler BT.Jan 26, 2019 · I have not tried IMR 4350, but I have tried h4350, AA 4350, RL 16, IMR 4451 and Superformance. I found good loads with each of these powders, but it takes a lot of time and of course a lot of money. I ran my first ladder of Accurate 4350 yesterday with decent success, but I haven't reached 2700 f/s that my guns like in H4350. Over 2800 fps with 140/142s (like 100 fps above H4350), and almost as fast as SuperFormance and Hybrid100V for the 147s. What really surprised me, though, is the data for .30-06 - namely, pushing the 208 ELD-M @ 2660 fps w/ 54.2 grains. Hodgdon also lists it as faster than Enduron 4955 and SuperFormance with 180s (and H4350).Hodgdon H4350 falls into the medium-slow burn rate category, similar to …Jun 18, 2007 · Jan 18, 2005. 46. 0. I've tried both 4350's in November in Alaska and H4350 very definitley has the edge in temperature stability. The rifle in question is a 358 Norma Mag. Max load for IMR 4350 is listed at 74 grains but I can't get that much IMR in the case, even with serious compression, the bullet will back out. Jun 18, 2007 · Jan 18, 2005. 46. 0. I've tried both 4350's in November in Alaska and H4350 very definitley has the edge in temperature stability. The rifle in question is a 358 Norma Mag. Max load for IMR 4350 is listed at 74 grains but I can't get that much IMR in the case, even with serious compression, the bullet will back out. Aug 5, 2011 · IMR 4350 vs H4350 Jager1 Aug 5, 2011 Aug 5, 2011 #1 Jager1 Beginner Sep 23, 2010 71 0 I was just wondering how these two powders compare. I have an IMR 4350 load worked up for my 300 WSM but would like to try one of Hodgdon extreme powders. Can I consider these two powders the same as far charge weight goes? Barnes has data for IMR 4350 and the 140 grain TTSX, and H 4350 is very close in burn rate. Use the starting load with IMR 4350 and go from there. ... H4350 used to be right after H4831 in the 270 so should be good in the 280 too. Fixed it 62,5 to maximum 63.5. Posted By: Mule Deer Re: 280AI and H4350 - 12/29/20. DBoston,H4350 vs. IMR4350. Share. 11 posts. 2. Next. esorensen. 172. Sep 23, …Jan 26, 2021 · Shooting Hornady 140 ELDMs, my H4350 load was Hornady case, CCI BR2, 42.5 grains of H4350 giving excellent accuracy and about 2820 fps in a 24" Rock Creek barrel. My IMR 4451 load was the same bullet, case, and primer, 41.8 grains of IMR 4451 giving about 2700 fps and excellent accuracy. I’m using IMR4350 with great results, 41.6 grains and 143 gr Hornady ELD-X is averaging .56 inch for a 5 shot group at 100 yards. I’m also having good luck with RL16 and 140 gr Speer Gold Dots. Only one 5 shot group but it was under .5 inch. Re: IMR4350 vs H4350 in 6.5 Creedmoor. centershot # 14637182 03/06/20.I’m using IMR4350 with great results, 41.6 grains and 143 gr Hornady ELD-X is averaging .56 inch for a 5 shot group at 100 yards. I’m also having good luck with RL16 and 140 gr Speer Gold Dots. Only one …The suggested powder is IMR 4064. Based on research so far. Many 30-06 shooters utilize IMR 4350. This is a slower burning powder than the 4064 (something I'm learning about). I see the test barrel they used for this data is 24" long. I'm shooting a Browning A-Bolt stainless stalker with a 21" barrel.The Sniper's Hide App is here! Download the app DOWNLOAD. Let me hear your thoughts and experiences please... I have H4350, H4831, and H4831sc. I know H4350 is the preferred from these, but my reloading books all include H4831 or sc for heavier bullets. I just don't hear much love for 4831 in the 06. I'm working up a load for hunting whitetail ...May 23, 2017 · Why do you never see a comparison of these 2 powders in a similar burn rate mentioned as a replacement for h4350. Was under the impression that they are a premium powder. Or are they not temperature stable just been thinking about other alternatives with the availability issues of h4350 thanks for any and all input They are basicaly the same powder. there made from the same recipe. Keep in mind that alot of aa powders are surplus powder repackaged but then h4350 was origanaly a surplus powder itself. When hodgdon introduced it they were selling surplus and the newer stuff is made to the same specs as the original.A database of 6.5 Creedmoor handloads. Support Powderthrough. If you would like to support the site you can donate here:257 Roberts +P and H4350. Am going to try H4350 in my 257 Roberts as the powder should work better in the conditions I hunt (Alberta, Canada, where the temp during hunting season can be 10 above or 30 below). I have been using 115 gr Nosler BT with IMR 4350 and am getting great groups (44 grains, which is over max. does not show pressure …Cannot find H 4350 and have an ample supply of IMR 4350. Ackleyman has a post on here listed under "243 for Northern Whitetails" listing the 100gr Hornady BTSP, 42.3 gr of H4350 and 2muchgun lists 42.3 gr of IMR 4350 for the Sierra 100g BT...same gr. for both weight bullets. Realize these are over max loads for this round that they have …Man I love IMR 4350. Ive used it forever in 6x47, 6.5x55, 7WSM and 300 WM. The internet hates it, but it not only shoots well, you can find it all the time while the fanboys are buyin up the H4350! Regards DTHave never tried IMR 4350, but I've used a bunch of H4350 with great results. Been trying out RL 17 now and heard a lot about it not having good temp stability. So far I've noticed no difference in point of impact between 95, 60, and 30 degrees. Which these were all at 100 yards, but since 99% of my deer kills are under 100 yards I don't …Anyone have any pressure issues with Imr4350 in 260 rem ? Kinda scratching my head. I have a trg 22 with a new bartlien barrel. Got about 150 rounds through it. During ladder tests I would find a good mild node to load up around 41.9 gr, lapua brass federal primers . 139 lapua bullets .Barnes didn't have data for the .308 caliber 180 grain TTSX fitted in a 30-06 so I called them and used the data for the H 4350. Using the data for H 4350 and using IMR 4350 I found a load that shoots 1/2 MOA in my rifle. It's a max H 4350 load but I'm using IMR 4350. Not showing any pressure signs and it's a great load.Posts: 1,753. To summarize what has been said, 4064 and its near twin brother 4895 are mid burning rate powders and more efficient with 150 and 168 bullet weights, while 4350 is a lower burning rate powder and more efficient with the heavier 180 and 200 grain bullets. Note that 47 gr 4895 as well as 4064 are common loadings for the …11 មករា 2018 ... It's not a version of H4350 as it is manufactured by a different company (General Dynamics v Thales / ADI), in a different continent even ( ...Re: S365 vs IMR4350. by Maroelas » Tue Jul 16, 2019 4:03 pm. Brno308 jagter wrote: Ek het die naweek gaan lading ontwikkeling doen met IMR 4350 in my 30-06 gelaai met 180gr Nosler Partitions, spoed was soos volg 54gr IM4350 se gemiddeld was 2,510 ft/s. 55gr IMR4350 was 2,600 ft/s en 56gr IMR4350 was 2,700ft/s.Last year, top F-Class shooter Rick Jensen did a comparison between H4350 and IMR 4451, shooting the two powder in a wide range of temperatures. His data ...I've been using mostly Accurate 4350.I did a test on all three using same charge and bullet.Accurate 4350 gave me just little tighter group with the best velocity.IMR-4350 was close in velocity with just a little larger group.H-4350 was a bit slower by around 20-30fps slower than the other two and came in second to the Accurate 4350 in group size.IMR 4350 and H4350 ARE NOT THE SAME POWDER OR ANYTHING …L. Joined: May 2005. Posts: 6,393. Pikeville, TN. It is close, but not identical to either. I used it with good results for a while before standardizing on H4350. Re: Accurate 4350 vs IMR 4350. kenster99 # 9305568 11/02/14. Joined: Oct 2014.Powders listed for 5 of these calibers is the 4350. 1 powder, 6 calibers sounds like a win-win. Looking through the Lyman’s 50th bible, the mid weight bullets say IMR 4350 and it appears the heavy weights suggest H4350. It also claims that Accurate 4350 was created to compete against IMR 4350, but you can’t use the IMR data loads.I have checked other Magnum Rifles for comparison, my Manuals show about a 9-10% reduction for IMR 4831 in a 378 Weatherby with a 270gr. And about a 2-3% Reduction for IMR 4350 vs H4350. Thus my plan is to use the same % in my 375 Weatherby Hodgdon Data. 6.. Jul 27, 2016. Messages. 2,574. Location. Adirondacks. HaAccording to Lapua's Burn Chart H4350 The original post was about IMR 4350 vs H4350. I'm shooting IMR 4350 in a 6x47 that just won't shoot to suit me. Want to shoot 105s at 500. 8 twist IS best for this. My rifle only shoots .6 moa at 100 and worse further out. Not acceptable . Reply. D. DJ Fergus Well-Known Member. Joined Dec 25, 2015 Messages 3,117. I first developed my .260 loads with imr-4350, h-4350, rl I shoot lot of it here in Co vs using IMR-4350. When I shot IMR-4350 I used mag primer and that what you use in your 338 Lapua. I'm using IMR-7828ssc in 270Wby and Fed 215 primer. I'm not shooting factory chamber …Shooting Hornady 140 ELDMs, my H4350 load was Hornady case, CCI BR2, 42.5 grains of H4350 giving excellent accuracy and about 2820 fps in a 24" Rock Creek barrel. My IMR 4451 load was the same bullet, case, and primer, 41.8 grains of IMR 4451 giving about 2700 fps and excellent accuracy. Sep 27, 2018 · The Pennyrile of Kentucky. I finally got around ...

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