Surplus powder

Steve Metz

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Have a jug (or two) of this powder. River Valley Ordnance, Harvester,Mo. Anyone have any load data on this? I have a bunch of fire-forming to do and hoped to use this up, so precise data is not needed. It will be a mild load. Thanks for any input!
 

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memtb

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It would have been nice, had they supplied the military spec numbers! Hopefully, someone has experience with these folks and this powder! Good luck ! memtb
 

RT2506

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I got lucky a number of years ago and got a few 8 lbs jugs CHEAP of pulled down from M2 ball ammo that was stick powder IMR 4895. It shoots within what a normal lot number change of current production powder is.
 

Steve Metz

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I got lucky a number of years ago and got a few 8 lbs jugs CHEAP of pulled down from M2 ball ammo that was stick powder IMR 4895. It shoots within what a normal lot number change of current production powder is.
I am guessing this is close (enough) to 4831. Either way it is working great for what I needed! ;)
 

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