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    IMR 4350

    Didn't want to start another thread as I have similar in GD.
    But I found Multiple 8lb unopened cannisters of IMR 4350 in my recently deceased friends work shop.
    Not on their website.

    Is this still a viable powder? or should I simply dispose of it?

    I found some of his reloads

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    It's as useful now as it was in the past. I tried it in a .270 Win, but had better luck with a slower powder. If it ended up doing well, I'd still be using it today.

    It's not ideal for magnum .30s (from a velocity perspective), but if this recipe delivers tiny groups, and isn't over pressure in this particular rifle (it's over SAAMI max according to QuickLOAD) then there's no reason to change it.

    I didn't know what was meant by not on their website, so I ignored it.
    Last edited by grizzman; 11-17-19 at 19:53.

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    Not on website??

    https://imrpowder.com/imr-4350/

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    So my question is .

    For my friends widow, should i sell it or dispose of it?

    I personally have zero use for it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travelingchild View Post
    So my question is .

    For my friends widow, should i sell it or dispose of it?

    I personally have zero use for it..
    Sell it. Still a good powder

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    I have used lots of imr4350 in 3006 Ackley loads. In fact, I need some more...

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    Best powder for me in 2 of my 6.5 Creedmoor with 140 grain Hybrid bullets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 308sako View Post
    Best powder for me in 2 of my 6.5 Creedmoor with 140 grain Hybrid bullets.
    IMR... not Hodgdon.

    And don't dispose good powder. Find someone who can use it.... good grief, powder is too expensive to toss out.
    Last edited by markm; 11-19-19 at 12:27.
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    Other random reloading stuff.
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