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#1808847 - 11/18/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: 1minute]  
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I used it in loading for a triple duece .222 rem with 50-52gr bullets. I really liked the powder and it gave very good accuracy.

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#1809686 - 11/19/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: Crappie_Killer]  
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I use it in my 358Win to launch 200 Bullets.


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#1809705 - 11/19/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: Gramps2]  
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Originally Posted by Gramps2
I use it for my .350 Rem Mag Model 7 KS. I use 58grs of it with Nosler 225gr Partitions and CCI 250 primers and C.O.L. of 2.825". I get 1" to 1 1/4" 100 yd 3 shot groups. Never measured velocity but must be around 2500fps out of the 20" barrel of this rifle. I consider it a go to powder for most .35 calibers.

G2


I use the same load with Swift 225gr in a .350 Rem Mag 673 Gude Gun. Great load that accounted for a nice black bear last year. Am working on a 35 Whelen load with the same powder.

#1814995 - 11/21/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: doctor_Encore]  
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Doc,

Jack O'Connor used 45 grains of this powder with both 140 grain Sierra flat base (now Pro-Hunter) and Nosler Partition bullets in his 7x57 rifles. He hunted both here and in Africa with this load. 4320 was an excellent powder then and, in my opinion, it still is. I have used it to load for the .243 Win., .250 Sav., 7x57, ,308 Win., .30-06, and .338-06, and it has always performed well as long as I did not push for highest possible velocities. It was what I used for my best loads in the .338-06, and I still use it today to load for the .250 Sav. and .30-06.

If my memory serves me correctly, this powder was dropped from the IMR line in about 1980. I thought I was really lucky to find an 8# keg before it vanished from dealers shelves; however, I needn't have worried because it was brought back in a year or two because of user demand. Evidently, there were, and are, a good number of us who find this propellant GOOD FOR excellent handloads!

M. Bell

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#1815287 - 11/21/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: Siggy32]  
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IMR 4320 is a good powder but since Hodgdon bought them out try to find a load for it that isn't in one of your manuals. They have more or less gutted the IMR on line loading manual. Looks like they really bought them out just to let that competition die. But time will tell. All of the Weatherby data that was on the old IMR site is gone? Only some of the rest of it remains and a lot of that information has been down loaded as in reduced load wise?


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#1815746 - 11/21/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: 17ACKLEYBEE]  
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Back in the 70's 4320 was the "go to" powder for 52 grain Silver Match bullets in the 22-250. 36.5 grains of the stuff burned as clean as any, and if all 10 were not under 0.35 MOA, you messed up.

Wayne

#1822371 - 11/25/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: peepsight3006]  
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I found 2 cans of 4320 for $15. each and bought em in honor of this thread to try in my 358 and 35 Whelen.

#1822450 - 11/25/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: rickt300]  
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It may be old school but I have lots of very good ways to burn 4320 at $15 a pound. Nice deal!

#1822807 - 11/25/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: mathman]  
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I knew there was a reason I have 2# on hand so I checked my load book. It looks like it's one of my better .22-250 load powders.


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#1822953 - 11/25/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: twodogs]  
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I used to use in a 22-250 and a 220 Swift years ago. Must have used a lot of it because I have a bunch of notes where I generally used the 60 gr. Hornady on coyotes in those two rifles.

#1823161 - 11/25/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: rickt300]  
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My 243 winchester likes it with 100 gr bullets.


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#1828574 - 11/27/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: blammer]  
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My 243 Win liked it with 85gr Barnes TSX's.

#1828934 - 11/28/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: Klikitarik]  
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Originally Posted by Klikitarik
. THe 358 Win shoots the 225 Sierra GK into tiny little groups with 4320 and about as fast as it can safely be pushed in that case.

That is my recipe in my BLR. Very accurate. I also use the partitions in the same weight-but it isnt as accurate as the sierra loads.

#1831422 - 11/28/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: corporal cleg]  
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60 grains and a 225 grain bullet in 35 Whelan. 43 grains in a 300 Savage 150 or 165 grain bullets.


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#1838408 - 12/01/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: birddog65]  
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Soo 55.0 grs. of 4320 is a top load using the 250 grain bullet and 60 grs. works with the 225 grain bullets. All I need now is a top listed load for 200 grain bullets and I'll have somewhere to start with my 35 Whelen. Anyone have a spread for the 358 Winchester? I'll be using 200 and 250 grain bullets in it.

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#1838945 - 12/02/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: rickt300]  
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From Nosler 5th Ed Max Loads IMR 4320

35 Whelen
180 gr blt - 56.0 gr powd
225 gr blt - 55.0 gr powd
250 gr blt - 53.0 gr powd

358 Win
150 gr blt - Not Listed
200 gr blt - 47.0 gr powd

From IMR 2006 Reloading Guide

35 Whelen
180 gr blt - 56 gr powd
225 gr blt - 54 gr powd
250 gr blt - 53 gr powd

358 Win
150 gr blt - 42.5 gr powd (Rem SPCL)
200 gr blt - 38.5 gr powd (Horn RN)

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#1839398 - 12/02/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: rickt300]  
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FYI 55 grs. is the max load for the 225 gr. Partition in the Nosler manual. (Also the most accurate load tested.)
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#1839437 - 12/02/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: Rem260]  
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Thanks a lot Rem260 just what I needed. I recently loaded some Hornady 250 RN's with AA4350 (58 grains) and the load shot real well at 2400 fps guestimated.

#1846063 - 12/04/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: whelennut]  
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60 grains of 4320 and the Nosler Part. is right out of the Lyman # 47 and was safe in my Rem Classic 700.


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#1846899 - 12/05/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: birddog65]  
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I expect the 60.0 grain loading is for the 225 grain Partition?

#1848873 - 12/05/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: rickt300]  
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sorry-- yes it is for the 225 Part.


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#1850918 - 12/06/07 Re: What is IMR 4320 good for?? [Re: birddog65]  
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37gr behind the 75gr Sierra HP or Hdy V-mav and the 100gr NBT is super accurate in my 250-3000 700 Classic, as well as the 87gr Speer hotcore in my 99 Savage. 43gr and the 85gr NBT in my 257 Bob 'chuck rifle shoots .5" and smaller five shot groups.



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