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looks like the same hodgon powder I used to purchase in early 70's as 4831 but actually is 4350 we used to purchase it in 100 lb kegs for 75.00 and we shot a ton of it. you can actually read up on the way Bruce Hodgon came up with the number 4831. You might be suprised

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looks like the same hodgon powder I used to purchase in early 70's as 4831 but actually is 4350 we used to purchase it in 100 lb kegs for 75.00 and we shot a ton of it. you can actually read up on the way Bruce Hodgon came up with the number 4831. You might be suprised

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Our club bought the 100 pound barrel from " Gopher Supply " located in Minnesota for 65 dollars! That was 1969. Man have prices changed.
 

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If you read up on the rifle re loaders forum the boy's there claim they have loaded lot's of bonanza 4831 powder over the years and some guy's still use it, they claim it is the same data as H4831 ...... just passing on what they said
 

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If you read up on the rifle re loaders forum the boy's there claim they have loaded lot's of bonanza 4831 powder over the years and some guy's still use it, they claim it is the same data as H4831 ...... just passing on what they said
Thank you. I changed my message above about using IMR data and I’ll pass that on when I post it at the club.
 
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