Power Pro 4000-MR Powder

cwr69

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It really depends on bullet weight, type, and manufacturer. I tend to load based on the bullet manufacturer's test load as the baseline, i.e., Berger reloading published manual or technical support's recommendations.
I am thinking of trying it with some 180 Accubonds. I was thinking that may be a pretty good bullet for deer/elk.
 

FEENIX

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Here's what I got from Alliant ...

Alliant 4000MR burn rate.jpg
 

Hugnot

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Good results with:

.22-.250, 75 gr.
.243W , 87, 105 gr.
.300 WM, 178 gr.

As stated above, sort of like RL19. Hornady manual 10 has data.

Powder burn rate charts place 4000MR in various positions.
 

Upsidedownjack

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I’ve been loading for the 300 WM for a number of years. Elk Hunting for the most part. Using the Nosler Blistic tip 180gr. With 79 gr of H-1000 under and LRMag primers. Have had Real good luck. And more Elk than one should ever shoot😂😂😂. Just bought an Barguara HMR-PRO also in the 300 WM. Better shooter than the Winchester 70 featherweight. And that one was a Shooter!
 

cwr69

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I’ve been loading for the 300 WM for a number of years. Elk Hunting for the most part. Using the Nosler Blistic tip 180gr. With 79 gr of H-1000 under and LRMag primers. Have had Real good luck. And more Elk than one should ever shoot😂😂😂. Just bought an Barguara HMR-PRO also in the 300 WM. Better shooter than the Winchester 70 featherweight. And that one was a Shooter!
When I am able to find some H1000, I will definitely pick some up and try it!
 

WYO300RUM

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Amazing but still 125 one pounders on site. I got 2 pounds of it when it first came out while back. Never tried it. $33 hazmat is dang high tho.
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