Ok, I watched the slow motion capture of the Barnes Triple X once too often and thought I'd see if my rifle likes it. To be used in the fall for moose. So I bought a box of 180 grain in .308. The Barnes online manual suggests H4895 powder (42grains producing 2566fps max) as optimal and AA2520 (47.5grains at 2669fps max) as alternate. All the local suppliers don't have stock or just plain don't carry. Any suggestions for substitutes? I have lots of Varget and IMR4320 on hand. My Lyman 48th Manual only has one listing for 180grain bullet, a Jacketed Ballistic Tip. But it has both Varget and IMR4320 listed starting at 39 and 38 grains respectively. My Hodgson 2008 Manual only lists a Speer Softpoint at 180grains. It also lists Varget and IMR4320 at starting at 41grains each. I have Nosler info that shows 44grains of IMR4320 running at 2618fps is the optimal load for thier 180grain Partitian, Accubond & Ballistic Tip. Can any of these be useful in finding a substitute? If it helps: its being run through a Rem700P in .308 with 26" barrel. Any help would be appreciated.