Originally Posted by accubonded
I've got a REM 700 24" factory barrell, Choate varmint stock, 6x20 Vortex Viper, and a really lighten trigger. I'm working up a load with H4350, 180 grn accubonds. Anybody have any experience with H4350 vs IMR4350? I use them one antelope, deer, and elk in varying conditions from mid 70's down to about -30. I'm looking more for consitancy at distance vs speed.
On my bull elk tag using 30-06 I use H-4350 with 180gr bullet and I'd use same load if I drew buck tag same season.
I have another 30-06 set up for cow elk tag and I use H-4350 in that rifle.
I drew buck antelope tag for this year not sure what rifle I'm going to use.
I've tried few other powders and have gotten equal accuracy but H-4350 gave little better velocity in my rifles and I've had the cow elk rifle down to -27 the other 30-06 had down to 15 below. Was lucky got my elk,buck and antelope draws didn't draw bear tag.
Well good luck