Joec7651":3rdrh2c5 said:There’s no such thing as sure fire anything when loading. Lol
56 to 57.5 grains of IMR4831 is very accurate with 180’s in my 06’s and tops out at about 2800 in velocity. Work up from 55 and I’ll bet your rifles max will be most accurate, and will do a fine job with AB’s or PT’s. I’m partial to Partitions over Accubonds.
Joec7651":qeb4h5gg said:I’m following this thread closely.
I see everyone is calling for 4350 in the 30-06. Believe it or not, in all the years I’ve loaded I’ve never used 4350’s in anything. The first loads for a 270 win and ‘06 were using IMR 4831 some 30+ years ago. It’s worked great in everything it’s suitable for since. I’ve just never had a need to try any of the 4350’s, IMR 4831 has remained the same no matter what. Who knows maybe I’ll have to see what all the fuss is about. And please don’t think I’m downing any of the 4350’s, simply haven’t used it. I kinda feel like I’ve been under a rock for all these years for not trying it. Lol