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Shooters World Precision Rifle Extruded Smokeless Powder 1 Lb By Lovex by Shooters World SC NOTE* Although Shooters World Precision Rifle Extruded Smokeless Powder 1 Lb By Lovex has similar characteristics to other powders as mentioned in the below text, no one should ever deviate from the...
I bought a .308 and started reloading for it about 5 months ago. I researched loads and decided that Varget was the powder for me. I had to order 2 cans from Powder Valley and it was $86. Then I stopped by my FFL and he had a couple of cans he just got in and hadn't put on the shelf, so I grabbed one of those for $35.
I anticipate that those three cans will have to last me for quite a while.
I've got an unopened pound that I could let you have at the Covid Special Price of just $199.95 (plus shipping) . Kidding, of course, although if you were close, I'd be happy to help you out, Varget just doesn't work for my purposes. Good luck!
IMR4895 was a close second to Varget for my application and I saw some on the shelf at my LGS last visit. My latest project is a .30-06 Ackley Improved and the loads I have for it call for Reloader 22, which apparently was next to impossible to find BEFORE the latest panic. I have 3/4 of a can of it from the 90's.
Hopefully tomorrow it will be cool enough in my gun room to do some dremel work to get the composite stock modified for the pre-'64 Model 70 action and then I can start developing loads.