IMR 4350 is a medium- to slow-burn rate propellant and is the number one choice for the new short magnums, both Remington and Winchester versions. For magnums with light- to medium-bullet weights, IMR 4350 is the best choice.
IMR recommends always consulting www.IMRReloading.com for the most accurate, up-to-date data.
I’ve reloaded several caliber rifle rounds for many years using this powder. Great powder and great results. I will continue to use the IMR 4350
This powder has proven to be fast and accurate in my 280 Ackley. The service from Hodgdon has been first rate. I will continue to go to Hodgdon for my reloading needs.
This is one of my favorite powders. I have been using it since 1974.
Favorite Powder for 6mm Creedmoor and .243
After trying 6 various powders for my Rem 700 6mm Creedmoor and Ruger rpr .243 my tightest groups and most consistent loads are all from using imr 4350
Only powder we'll use!
Real good rifle powder for all brands of rifles
This stuff will shoot a wood bee hole in 3 shots @ 70 yds. w/ 47 gr. imr 4350
It just works
300 win mag, 30-06, 300wsm they all love it. Found success work up loads with bonded and mono metal bullets. Might as well start with imr 4350 because that’s where you’ll end.
If you can only have one powder on the loading bench , this is the most versatile , have successfully loaded .22-250 to 338 WM with it !
had good groups with this powder
i like it. not that to say someone else wont
I use IMR4350 exclusively in my 6MM Creedmoor RPR. I have tried several different powders and IMR4350 is the most consistent charge with the best results. I am sub MOA at all distances out to 1000 yards.
IMR 4350 rifle powder
I have been using IMR 4350 for my 243 custom loads for a long time.
I load 40 Grs for a 105 BTHP. Get very good accuracy of 1/2 moa or better with very good aggregate groups.
IMR 4350 is the best for my gun
44.5 grains under 123 sst is my load in 3 creeds,puts the smackdown on deer
We use IMR4350 for our scientific experimental shots at the Institute for Shock Physics. We are very pleased with the repeatability for our experimental data.
Accuracy in 3006 loads 1/2 MOA consistent
Excellent accuracy in 165 gr loads flat base bullets
Great powder in my 30-06 and 7mm mag I don’t use anything else
You cannot beat the old standby. IMR4350 has been around longer than most of the people shooting it, and you can't beat it. And super service from Hodgdon!
Great powder, I use 46 gr. In 7mm-08 with 140 gr bullet and get 1/4 inch groups.
Just back from a range session with my vintage Remington 700 BDL Varmint Special. Using 43 grains of IMR 4350, Hornady 100 grain Interlock (BTSP). I clocked multiple groups at or slightly less than .40 at 100 yards. OCL was 2.805.
Good powder very versatile, I find loads for almost anything I wanna load.
I use 58 grn. To push 165 ttsx. In Tikka 30.06. Chron. @ 2880
Real world results coal of 3.24" = group 1 /2 or less. T/T on bull Elk. Improvement over Remington Hyper 180's which only gave 2740 fps. and no T/T
IMR4350 smokeless powder
I have been using IMR4350 for more than 5 years. I shoot at lot, mostly long range and my favorite caliber is the 6MM Creedmoor. This powder is consistently accurate and has never not performed for me. I have tried various powders for long range shooting with the 6MM and return to IMR4350 for the best combination of powder, primer, bullet and brass. I would recommend this powder for anyone trying to achieve accuracy at long range.
Best powder for accuracy I've ever used in my '06.
Use it for 165gr Interlocks and 180gr Partisions.
Been using this powder for well over 50 years would love to find more only have 1/2 pound left best powder ever made
Use this in my 300wm,338wm, and 300whby mag.
Great results steady pressure and burn rate no problem out to 1500
Excellent .300 Win Mag Powder
This was my first powder that I used to reload .300 win mag. It's like little bits of mechanical pencil lead. 68gr of IMR 4350, 180gr Hornady SP, reused Hornady brass and a CCI LPP. Great power and mild to moderate recoil. Very accurate at 100 yards.