IMR 4350 For Sale Available In Stock
IMR 4350 For Sale: Production of IMR Powders dates back over 200 years when the company was originally founded by E.I DuPont. Available for use in many reloading applications, the IMR series of powder is trusted by reloaders all across the globe.
An extruded powder, IMR 4350 is primarily used for the newest short magnum cartridges in the industry but also used for silhouette shooting. Also for magnums with light to medium bullet weights, IMR 4350 is the best choice.
- Do not exceed the loads displayed in the reloaders guide.
- Never mix any two powders regardless of type, brand, or source.
- Never substitute any smokeless powder for Black Powder or any Black Powder substitute.
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FAQ On IMR 4350 For Sale
- What is 4350 good for?
A highly versatile powder, 4350 can be used in a wide range of cartridges from the popular 243 Win to the 338 Win Mag with excellent results. Accurate 4350® is an exceptional choice for the 6mm Rem, 270 Win, 280 Rem and also 300 WSM.
- Is IMR 4350 good for 6.5 Creedmoor?
H4350 is indeed a great powder for the Creedmoor, but H4831, IMR 4350, IMR 4831, IMR 4451, W-748, IMR 8208XBR, Varget, Big Game, as well as W-748 from Hodgdon have all proven to be excellent performers depending on the rifle and bullet.
- Can you substitute IMR 4350 for H4350?
IMR4350 and H4350 are at the same burn rate, but they aren’t interchangeable. I load for 2 rifles that like H4350 and I use IMR4350 load data as a reference because the books I have don’t list H4350 BUT I always start at the low end and work my way up watching for pressure.
- What IMR is equivalent to H4350?
One of the best alternatives is IMR 4451, part of IMR’s new Enduron line of powders. 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 suggests that both powders show good temp stability.
- Is IMR 4350 temperature stable?
IMR 4451 – IMR already had powder named “IMR 4350” with a similar burn rate to Hodgdon’s H4350, but it lacked temperature stability. So they designed IMR 4451 to burn in the same cartridges AND be more temperature stable.
- What caliber is H110 powder good for?
H110 is the spherical powder that screams “no wimps, please!”, delivering top velocities with great accuracy in 44 Magnum, 454 Casull, 475 Linebaugh and the 460 and also 500 S&W magnums.
FAQ On IMR Powders
The IMR brand was first introduced under DuPont in the 1930’s. IMR is an acronym for Improved Military Rifle. The first IMR reloading powders included ever popular favorites IMR3031 (1934), IMR4064 (1935) and also IMR4350 (1940). Each of these are still favorites with handloaders today!
- Is IMR and Hodgdon the same company?
Hodgdon purchased IMR® Powder Company in October 2003. IMR legendary powders have been the mainstay of numerous handloaders for almost 100 years. IMR powders continue to be manufactured in the same plant and with the same exacting performance criteria and quality assurance standards that shooters have come to expect.
- What happened to IMR powder?
However, late last summer, Hodgdon (owners of IMR Powder) announced this powder line would be discontinued, much to my chagrin. As reloaders, we tend to hang onto our proven ammunition recipes like heirloom spaghetti sauce recipes.
- What is the history of IMR powder?
The first IMR powder, IMR # 15, was designed in 1914 as a replacement for cordite for the . 276 Enfield cartridge. Grains of 0.032-inch diameter were 0.084 inches long with 9% DNT coating. In 1919 IMR # 15½ added 2% tin to IMR # 15 to reduce metal fouling from cupronickel-jacketed bullets.
- What is the best IMR powder for 6.5 Creedmoor?
H4350 is indeed a great powder for the Creedmoor, but H4831, IMR 4350, IMR 4831, IMR 4451, W-748, IMR 8208XBR, Varget, Big Game, as well as W-748 from Hodgdon have all proven to be excellent performers depending on the rifle and also bullet. Alliant’s Reloader 15 and 17 have both produced excellent results.