loading 308 wuth imr4064


stumpjumper101

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i am getting ready to load a bulk of 308 with imr4064 and just wanted to know if anyone has found a sucessful load for it used in a standard m1a. i am planning to use either 168 or 173gr bthp. i really didnt want to use 4064 but that was all i could find 6 lbs that was suitable for use with a M1A. I have had great sucess with 4895 in the last bulk loading i did but it seems at the present time that its unavailable. So have any of you had sucess useing imr4064 so i can try that first and maybe save myself a little time?
 

festus

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i am getting ready to load a bulk of 308 with imr4064 and just wanted to know if anyone has found a sucessful load for it used in a standard m1a. i am planning to use either 168 or 173gr bthp. i really didnt want to use 4064 but that was all i could find 6 lbs that was suitable for use with a M1A. I have had great sucess with 4895 in the last bulk loading i did but it seems at the present time that its unavailable. So have any of you had sucess useing imr4064 so i can try that first and maybe save myself a little time?

43.00 grains of IMR 4064/ cci 200 primers with the 173gr L118 ball bullets these will kick along pretty good and pressure should be manageable
 

Mobuck

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I've found that 4064 in military cases results in compressed loads. Depends on whether you like that or not. I've also found that there is a difference between the level of the powder in the case for loads dropped from a measure and loads weighed and poured in through a funnel. One article I read showed a considerable variance in velocity between the two.
 

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