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IMR 4064 for 35 Rem? #16670467 11/30/21
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Anybody have a pet load for IMR 4064 w/200 gr. RN in 35 Rem? Have some I'd like to use and can't find good info..

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you,

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Have you looked at Hodgdon's website? I'd wager they have it there.

I tried it briefly but it was long ago and I recall velocities were rather low. Kind of like a 180 gr 357 magnum out of a rifle except with a 200 gr bullet. The max load was more than the Remington and Winchester cases I had on hand would hold, even with heavy compaction.

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I looked at their website, they have only one load, its a maximum load, I think 38.5 grs? They dont show a starting load at all


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I found IMR 4064 to be the powder that produced the best accuracy in my .35 Whelen, check out Ken Waters' Pet Loads for info on .35 Remington. Another powder to consider is IMR 3031, it produced even tighter groups than IMR 4064.

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Originally Posted by johnp034
I looked at their website, they have only one load, its a maximum load, I think 38.5 grs? They dont show a starting load at all


Starting loads are 90% of max.

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35 Rem...4064 is too slow for that cartridge with that bullet weight...

better velocity and accuracy.... looks at RL 7 or 4198....think of it as a fat big 223... faster powder for the 223 would work the best... H 322, even like 4227.

https://stevespages.com/358_1_200.html


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Thank you Seafire, That chart really helps a lot!


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