AA 4350 vs A XMR 4350

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AA 4350 vs A XMR 4350

Post by jim36 on Tue Mar 20, 2012 7:02 pm

I prolly think this has been kicked around before. But, is there a vast difference between the two powders. The AA 4350 has been an excellent load in the 243. Was wanting to load some 30 06 with the AA 4350 but could not find anything for it. There are some loads listed for the A XMR 4350. How is the comparison?
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Re: AA 4350 vs A XMR 4350

Post by Geno on Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:22 am

Accurate 4350 (XMR-4350, AA-4350) all the same product from Accurate. this is from what I've researched in the past, I use them both in my 243 as well.


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Re: AA 4350 vs A XMR 4350

Post by jim36 on Wed Mar 21, 2012 1:16 pm

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Just got a reply from Accurate Arms. You are 100% correct. All prefixes (A AA A XMR etc) were dropped as of 2003. They stated that powder in the 4350 numerical was all the same. That's thier powder only.( Not H 4350--IMR 4350 etc.) Thanks for the reply
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Re: AA 4350 vs A XMR 4350

Post by Geno on Wed Mar 21, 2012 1:57 pm

I inherited my dad's favorite little 243 almost 20 years ago, with it his dies, powder etc.. he had several pound cans of AA and XMR 4350 as well as IMR 4350, and yes there is a difference in Accurate and Hodgdon and IMR, that didn't matter any to the old man. years later I still ahvent used up all that powder he left me. LAtely I've been thinking of tryin the new CFE 223 in it. might work well in the .243.

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Re: AA 4350 vs A XMR 4350

Post by jim36 on Wed Mar 21, 2012 2:30 pm

I found that along with the 243 it is an excellent powder in my 7MM Rem Mag. I had never tried it in the 06 so I figured 'what the Heck" Just loaded a box with the 150 gr. Sierra spitzer. I started to load only 5 or 6 of these but I have a couple of more 06 that I'll try them in also. Wanted to go to the range tomorrow but look like it will be a little wet.
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