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  • I can't remember where I extrapolated the load but it had to be from Sierra, Hornady, or Ken Waters references. But any reputable M1 Garand or BAR site would be a good reference.
    I feel the H4895 is alittle faster. But as you know the H4895 is an extreme powder and temp insensitive, or less sensitive. So I felt better using it. It made for some very accurate ammo. I used Fed 210M primers, but Fed 210 would work too.
    I used to develop ammo and test rifles for a manufacturer about 12 years ago and I used H4895 for 150-165gr loads for specifically semi autos. I didn't develop 180gr ammo for semi autos but I think I'd follow these guys suggestions.
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    Any difference in IMR4895 and H4895?
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