What is sr4756 powder used for?

Available for use in many reloading applications, the IMR series of powder is trusted by reloaders all across the globe. IMR SR 4756 is fine-grained, easy-metering propellant has long been a favorite of upland and waterfowl handloaders. Top velocities with great patterns are legendary.

What type of powder is IMR?

The initials ‘IMR’ stand for Improved Military Rifle powder. IMR powders makes a line of various types of smokeless powder suitable for loading many cartridges for rifles, handguns, and shotguns.

Who manufactures IMR powder?

Hodgdon Powder Company
IMR is a brand in the Hodgdon Powder Company lineup.

Where is IMR powder?

The company’s corporate office and manufacturing facilities are located in Kansas, United States. Hodgdon acquired IMR Powder Company in 2003. Winchester branded reloading powders have been distributed in the United States by Hodgdon since March 2006.

Who makes 800x powder?

Hi-Skor 800-X – Hodgdon.

Does IMR make pistol powder?

IMR TARGET: The first powder in this new family, IMR Target, is a fast-burning pistol powder. This fine-grained, small-flake propellant meters superbly, providing very precise loads in even the smallest pistol cartridges like the . 25 ACP!

What is Ball powder propellant?

Ball propellant (trademarked as Ball Powder by Olin Corporation and marketed as spherical powder by Hodgdon Powder Company) is a form of nitrocellulose used in small arms cartridges. Ball propellant can be manufactured more rapidly with greater safety and less expense than extruded propellants.

Is IMR the same as Hodgdon?

In 2003, Hodgdon Powder Company acquired the IMR brand bringing these prestigious powders under the umbrella that also includes Hodgdon, Winchester, Accurate, Ramshot, and more. Any gunpowder required by handloaders can be sourced through these brands.

When did Hodgdon buy IMR?

October 2003
Hodgdon purchased IMR® Powder Company in October 2003.

Is Hodgdon and IMR the same?

Is gun powder made in USA?

There are perhaps from fifty to one hundred gunpowder mills in the United States. The principal companies are Du PONT’s, in Delaware; HAZZARD’s, at Enfield, Conn.; LAFLIN, SMITH & BOIES, at Saugerties; the Oriental Gunpowder Company, of Boston, and the Schaghticoke Gunpowder Company, at Schaghticoke.