Originally Posted by fluffie
not sure on the oal but the powder is imr 700x ive also got some imr 4225 i think it is not sure without looking but the load data was calling for like 10.0 in that area and i did not like the powder it didnt seem to all burn for my loads and it would even get to the point that after about 30 rnds fired it would even start jaming upthe hammer and cylender on my 686 so i changed to the 700x but other then the jaming everything elce seemed ok with teh 4225 im positave i did not double charge any of them i measure every charge for every round just to be on the safe side takes a little more time but its worth the time for not having a accident
Whoa, hold on there Fluffie, one big run on sentence with no punctuation or capital letter? Makes it very difficult to read and comprehend.
Not sure what you are saying here with the IMR powder. I assume you mean IMR 4227, not 4225. Where did you get your IMR 4227 data from? What weight bullet are you loading?