You can see that these powders have similar characteristics “by the numbers”: WARNING — When changing from one powder to another, always start with manufacturer’s stated load data. I used 44 grain against 44.8 for Varget. per customer. Then Try IMR 4320, “Forgotten” IMR 4320 Powder Yields Great Results, IMR Introduces New Enduron Powders: 4166, 4451, 7977, New Temp-Stable Alliant Reloder 16 Now Available, Can’t Find Varget for Sale? var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true; No dice! Although The High Road has attempted to provide accurate information on the forum, The High Road assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of the information. While Varget and Reloder 15 remain in short supply, you can often find IMR 4320 powder back in the shelves of local gun stores. Looking for 4350 from Hodgdon, 4895 from IMR, #26 from Alliant, Accurate 2200, or Vihtavouri's 320? Then Try IMR 4166 Powder…, Advanced New Area 419 ZERO 9-Station Turret Press, SunDay GunDay: .284 Shehane Team USA Raffle Prize Rifle, Sunday GunDay: Glen Zediker 1959 – 2020, In Memoriam, Barney Lawton, Action-Builder and Barrel-Maker, Loses Fight with Cancer, BYOB — Build Your Own Bench for Reloading — Free Plans. Looking for an alternative to Varget, he decided to give IMR 4320 a try. I switched off to Alliant 2000-MR. The kernels are a bit big but for 308 its my go to powder in all my AR rifles. Forum member FalconPilot shoots a 6mm Dasher with Berger 105gr Hybrids. I think the minimum is the $89. Ran Varget for quite a while until I tried RL-15... To date I seem to get best accuracy with R15 with the 150/155's and Varget with the 165/168's. Natchez has them at the best prices. I must say though I have probably averaged around 1 inch with Varget and the 150 accubonds over the past 2 years and have never shot a group as tight as the 47 grain load today. If you are the site owner (or you manage this site), please whitelist your IP or if you think this block is an error please open a support ticket and make sure to include the block details (displayed in the box below), so we can assist you in troubleshooting the issue. 4064 and 4895 are great in .308 too. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you … I shot out 3 barrels with this powder and thousands of ferral cats crows goats foxes. I have tried all of the big guys like Brownells and Natchez and Midway. Being a ball powder you can the right amount in the case easily. While Varget and Reloder 15 remain in short supply, you can often find IMR 4320 powder back in the shelves of local gun stores. I also decided to use it in my pre 64 model 100 (308) since it works so well in the others. Both usually shoot the same way in all the 308's I've owned. I am thinking room/storage temp. JavaScript is disabled. Your best bet is probably to go to the websites and sign up for email notification for when they come in stock. Just a 20 degree spread. Originally Posted by raybass. 4320 was my go to powder for all my 22-250 AI loadings. Best group in Kimber Classic with Broughton 5C 23" bbl was 3/8". 'https://ssl' : 'http://www') + '.google-analytics.com/ga.js'; Probably would have to go through an ffl or something. The Reloader 15 mirrors my Varget load. Probably not. Slower then varget, right between RL15 and RL17. Then Try IMR 4320", Tags: .308 Win, Berger Hybrid, Dasher, IMR 4320, Palma, Reloder 15, Varget. Missouri. Never assume that loads will be equivalent from one powder to another, even powders with similar burn rates. The 4 shot group with 47 grains went 0.6 inches. IIRC, the U.S. Military 7.62 M118 LR ball uses RL-15 and the 175 Sierra Matchking. Top . He concluded that: “[IMR 4320] appears to be a very useful alternative to some of the harder-to-get powders. I've had better luck with RE-15 vs varget in 2 of my 308's shooting 150 gr hornady sp interlocks. I use RL-15 under my 155 scenars. IMR 4320 Works for Dasher Shooter I had never even heard of it, much less tried it. IMR describes IMR 4320 as follows: “Short granulation, easy metering, and perfect for the 223 Remington, 22-250 Remington, 250 Savage and other medium burn rate cartridges.” This older-generation powder is more temp sensitive than the Hodgdon Extreme … This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register. There's a noticeable capacity difference between your Fed brass and his RP. — AreaOne, IMR 4320 was my “go to” powder in my .223 for many many years. RL 15 Is mfg by Bofors of Sweden For Alliant powder co owned by ATK industries. The load is working extremely well at 1000 yards. Varget and R15 work similarly in my 308's. While Varget and Reloder 15 remain in short supply, you can often find IMR 4320 powder back in the shelves of local gun stores. How about 47.8 grains of Varget under a 155 in WW brass? $89 plus $45 shipping, works out to $67 per pound. Its a joy as well to throw even the LR charges. })(); To comment on a post, click Post Title or "Comment" Link. Clean and temp doesn’t seem to bother it. var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(ga, s); I WAS all about RL15 for the 308, till I tried TAC. check out the. I would like to see how this powder behave at varying temperature change. Any help is appreciated. http://conniescomponents.com/reloader_15.html, http://www.armslist.com/posts/2337787/kansas-city-ammo-for-sale--alliant-powder-reloader-15-1lb-new, http://www.armslist.com/posts/21534...varget-reloading-powder---primers-223-556-308, http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=387667576. Can’t Find Varget or Reloder 15? You must log in or register to reply here. I still use IMR 4320 in some .223 loads and am very happy with it still. I will try it in my new SPSS Rem 308 since that rifle has a more powerful scope and heavy barrel, Jewell trigger, H S Precision stock, so it might be up to the task better than my Classic stocked 308 700. my reasoning is 70 deg is maximum pressure with this powder. _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); http://www.federalpremium.com/company/faq.aspx, http://www.cci-ammunition.com/education/faqs.aspx, http://www.speer-ammo.com/general/faq.aspx. Not a big deal for any powder.