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k80skeet
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Looking for information on this rifle powder. What calibers it works in and how it shot in those calibers.
uncleduke
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My loads for 4007 are in my .308 w/ 200 smk's. The powder gives me velocity but isn't on the edge for pressure. Shooting in Arizona temps this works better for me than varget or rl-15. In my 7-08 w/ 162 a- max's this powder is the best burn rate I have found. One thing I have found w/ this powder is it needs to be loaded at high enuogh pressure so it burns clean. In load developement the lighter charges were erratic until I got close to max. This would also be a good choice for the .260
Johnboy
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I just got a good group with this powder in 223,with a 75g VLD bullet.and with this being my first time loading this powder for a new rifel I'm really happy.can not wait to see what my new load will do.also when I get through testing for the new rifel I'll try it in my 308 with 168'sand 175's.hope this helps.
Johnboy
uncleduke
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Johnboy; I think you'll find 4007 too slow for light bullets in .308, varget or rl-15 will give better velocity. The 190's and up will work well with 4007. Just my observations.
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