They're very light and the stock butt pad is just slightly softer than steel.
You ought to be deadly with that load. Now quit fooling with it. Load up some & go to Africa.
You see?... hahaha,,, the IMR 4350... I´m not so wrong after all! hahaha...
A question about this!... Actually, the IMR powder are from Canada?... The powder you use in this loads, are the actual powder?
Becasuse shows different pressure and vellocity, so the charge can be adjusted
Add this load and you never regret!Yes, the primary plant for IMR powder is in Canada. I think they have other plants, but that is the main one. IMR was sold to Hodgdon some years ago also. But the IMR offerings are still available to this day.
Generally I prefer the Hodgdon powders due to their lack of temperature sensitivity in comparison to others. But IMR4350 is like an old friend, I've got a number of loads for other rifles/calibers using this powder. It looks like I just added another to the list.