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Accurate 4064 Start load 47.2 2648fps max load 52.5 3010fps 150gr bullet I personally use IMR 4064 48gr with a 150gr bullet for one of my Garand loads, you should be able to use 48.2-48.5 of Accurate 4064 to achieve the same results.
I just bought a pound of Accurate 4064, primarily for my son's 30-06. I was hoping to leverage it as well; but I couldn't find any data on it. It's listed in the Burn Rate Chart only 3 spots faster than Varget, and 2 spots slower than IMR 4064. Navigation. Load Data. 17 Remington Fireball; 17 Remington Load Data; 204 Ruger Load Data; 22 Hornet Load Data; 221 Remington Fireball Load Data; 222 Remington Load Data Also, considering that S062 had once been marketed as Accurate Arms 4064, I tested Canadian-manufactured Accurate 4064 to compare velocities. Using data supplied by Shooters World, Sierra and Western Powders, I selected a charge of 43.3 grains pushing a Sierra 168-grain MatchKing because it was a point of intersection for all three propellants.
Accurate is slower according to them. I have got some very good results with accurate 4064 and 175 gr SMKs. Had to load it pretty stoutly to get my velocity though. May 17, 2014 · Accurate 4064 is all over the place . WHY ?? Is it not all that accurate or consistent . It seems to fall right around the 308 powder burn rates I've been using . IMR 4064 and 4895 as well as some of the other most commonly used 308 powders ?? What about 2460 and 2495 . They both are advertised as 308 and or 223 powders ?