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    Question IMR 4007sc ?s

    Bought an 8lb jug of IMR 4007sc. Have been a big fan of 4064 for years, but my dealer was out and it was the closest he had on hand. I am sure the short cut will make for much nicer and more accurate metering. I am not finding a whole lot of data for this powder in milsurp calibers. I would like to use it in 8mm Lebel, 6.5 Swede, Japanese, and carcano as well as .308 and 8mm mauser. I would also like to know if it is a safe powder to "throttle back" with in light loads and cast BULLETS with. Anyone have any experience with it ? I have been reloading for over 20 yrs now, but have never cared much for experimenting with loads. Thanks.

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    This powder is a new one on me. I am interested in finding out what your experience goes like. Might want to try it myself.
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    got some for my 8mm-06 ackley. works great in my rcbs automatic powder thrower. im with ya on the 4064! totally. i cant get any either.
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    170 Gr. HDY RN IMR 4007 ssc .323" OAL @2.825" 48.0 2418 34,800 cup 54.5c 2726 45,600 cup

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