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Buzzsaw
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H4895 - IMR 4895 are the burn rates close enough to interchange load data in my .223?
Preacher
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It's never a good idea to interchange different powders for any reason even if they are the same numbers... Start all over again when you do, just to be on the safe side...
Josh11
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Preacher is right. You should start over it you change anything. Such as powder, primers, bullets or cases. That way you don't change one thing and you get too much pressure. This keeps everything safe so you can keep on shooting.
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