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    Anyone play with the new IMR Enduron Powders yet?

    Would like any reports, if anyone has tried it yet.

    http://www.enduronimr.com/

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    I am working up loads for my new 270. Have been using IMR 4451 with all copper bullets and fantastic results. Noticeable difference in fowling compared to H4350. Very pleased and using 20% less powder for the same velocities...

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_radanovich View Post
    I am working up loads for my new 270. Have been using IMR 4451 with all copper bullets and fantastic results. Noticeable difference in fowling compared to H4350. Very pleased and using 20% less powder for the same velocities...

    send from my stupid smart phone...
    You seen any data for this powder for the 260 rem yet?
    I currently use H4350 and wouldn't mind trying a comparable powder, especially since its always on the shelf, vs the unicorn called H4350.

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    I have been using IMR 4350 with good results. Shooting in CO we have a lot of temp changes and it's been consistent. Like many others I could not find H4350 to load my 6.5CM so I am using the IMR 4350 and have a couple pounds of IMR 4451 to try out next. Both have been recommended as good alternatives to the elusive tiger blood H4350


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