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#5790834 - 06/15/15 09:42 PM Is IMR 4166 worth trying?
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I already have several powders that do great in my .223. Any experience with it?

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#5790870 - 06/15/15 10:05 PM Re: Is IMR 4166 worth trying? [Re: tenyearsgone]
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Yes. It's slightly faster burning than Varget, and would make a great powder for 308 and 223. It does not meter well, since it's an extruded powder.
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#5790945 - 06/15/15 11:47 PM Re: Is IMR 4166 worth trying? [Re: tenyearsgone]
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Doesn't meter well but neither does Varget, works fine in a Chargemaster though. Have some 4166 loaded up trying it in a Grendel, hope to know more in a few days.
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#5792623 - 06/16/15 10:37 PM Re: Is IMR 4166 worth trying? [Re: tenyearsgone]
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I wouldn't mind trying imr 4451 either.

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#5813190 - 07/01/15 10:49 AM Re: Is IMR 4166 worth trying? [Re: tenyearsgone]
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Any experience with heavy bullets? Got a pound yesterday.

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