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#6121092 - 01/05/16 08:47 PM H4350
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Anyone got any leads on some? Down my last pound now. Only option is IMR 4451 after this

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#6121120 - 01/05/16 09:00 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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Is an 8lb jug enough? Midsouth shows that size in stock H4350 LINK
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#6121141 - 01/05/16 09:08 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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That's the IMR 4350. Totally different powders. The IMR 4451 is the equivalent is the H4350.

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#6121152 - 01/05/16 09:13 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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Sorry, did the ammoseek.com for H4350 and did not catch it pulled up IMR. No they are not the equivalents.
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#6121155 - 01/05/16 09:14 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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I read somewhere that H4350, IMR4350, and AA4350 were now all made in the same factory -- same thing, just different labels. I don't know how long ago that happened, though.
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#6121227 - 01/05/16 09:57 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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All I'm told is comes from Australia. Lol. But local reloader said try AA4350 as a 2ndary

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#6121284 - 01/05/16 10:45 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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I just looked on the Hodgdon site and see that it has info for both H4350 and IMR4350, so I think Hodgdon has bought out rights to at least market IMR powders. But the loading data was quite different. In one example it showed a max charge for IMR4350 of 52.0 grains and a max charge for H4350 of 47.7 grains.

I also have looked in cans of IMR4350 and H4350 that I purchased recently and they definitely look different.
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#6121292 - 01/05/16 10:55 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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Yea the IMR 4451 is the closest thing to h4350, If I understand correctly. U r correct the own the rights to it I do believe and r marketing it as there new powder

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#6124435 - 01/07/16 04:18 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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IMR 4350 is significantly faster than H4350,they are definitely not interchangeable.

https://www.hodgdon.com/PDF/Burn%20Rates%20-%202015-2016.pdf

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#6124744 - 01/07/16 07:44 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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Saw several lbs today I Gatesville Tx

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#6124896 - 01/07/16 09:02 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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#6125595 - 01/08/16 10:59 AM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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Coyote Armory in Menard shows to have 1 pounders in stock. He does ship as well.

https://www.coyotearmory.com/products/ammunition/reloading

use the search in the upper left-hand part of the page.
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#6128691 - 01/10/16 12:36 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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Actually found 50lbs locally to me. My friend loaded some bullets with the imr4451 and shooting better groups with that powder.

I hate shipping powder cause the hazmat fee sucks! But if I can find cheap enough I don't mind. Lol

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#6128712 - 01/10/16 12:45 PM Re: H4350 [Re: mudd]
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I'm sure you meant 5 pounds as 50 pounds is most likely above the federal mandated amount you can safely store.
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#6128778 - 01/10/16 01:27 PM Re: H4350 [Re: bside]
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Originally Posted By: bside
IMR 4350 is significantly faster than H4350,they are definitely not interchangeable.

https://www.hodgdon.com/PDF/Burn%20Rates%20-%202015-2016.pdf



How do you get that IMR4350 is "significantly" faster than H4350 from that chart? Burn rates are not listed -- powders are just listed from 1 to 150 according to relative burn rates and IMR4350/IMR4451/H4350 are at numbers 115/116/117.
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