It was originally named the .244 Remington. Not the most accurate bullet on paper, but usually one MOA and they work well on game. Compared to IMR-4350 & IMR-4895. It's very good in 243 Winchester and 25-'06. SAFETY DATA SHEET. So I decided on 140 Gamekings and found a … case/chamber.

[br] H4350 is ideal in the WSM family of calibers (270, 7mm, 30, 325) and is also the standard in such cartridges as the 243 Winchester, 6mm Remington, 270 Winchester, 338 Winchester Magnum and many more. Have … 4350, 4895, 870, other IMR/H powders with same number in the name. case capacity. Powders include IMR The only thing I cannot find is reliable load data for the 6mm Rem Ackley Imp cartridge for powder and bullets. In theory the powders in the 4350 to 4831 class should work well in the 6mm Remington. In practice, however, I've found that my 6mm -- a Remington 700 heavy barrel -- is persnickity about powders. IMR 4350 is an exceptional slow-burning powder for the 270 Winchester and other cartridges that are "over-bore", or close to it. The first 10 rounds were outstanding. About 10 or 12 years ago I sat in a mini-seminar at the Shot Show, one of the Hodgdon sons was on a panel. IMR 4350 45.0 3394 50.0 3755 103 H nter 47 0 3464 52 0 3809 97 6mm Remington *The 1:12” twist originally used in .244 Remington rifles is still suitable for the 62-grain Varmint Grenade. Hodgdon: "H4350 is ideal in the WSM family of calibers (270, 7mm, 30, 325). Anyone using IMR 4831 in a 6mm rem? The superb 6mm Remington started life in 1955, the same year as the .243 Winchester. Barnes 75-grain Banded Spitzer and 85-grain TSX bullets require the faster twists When a country is ill governed, riches and honors are something to be ashamed of . IMR 4350 is a medium- to slow-burn rate propellant and is the number one choice for the new short magnums, both Remington and Winchester versions. For Deer I've shot a bunch of 100 grain Remington Core-locks, with IMR-4350 or IMR-4831. You are correct in that H4350 is supposed to be a bit more temp stable than IMR4350. H4350 is the standard in such cartridges as the 243 Winchester, 6mm Remington, 270 …

The next 10, not so much.

Terrific combo using a modest 40 grains IMR 4350. I too settled on CCI-200's. 6mm Remington (.244 Remington) (IMR Data) reloading data with 15 loads. 6mm Remington Load Data; 243 Win Super Short Magnum (WSSM) Load Data; 240 Weatherby Magnum Load Data; 250-3000 Savage Load Data; 257 Roberts Load Data ; 257 Roberts Ackley Improved Load Data; 25 Winchester Super Short Magnum Load Data; 25-06 Remington Load Data; 257 Weatherby Magnum Load Data; 6.5 Grendel Load Data; 6.5 Creedmoor Load Data; 6.5 X 55 Swedish Mauser Load Data; 260 Remington …

Remains to be seen how well it may have shot in a 6rem. In my 270 -well it shoots just about everything form 130 (IMR4350) through 150 (H4381) abuot an inch. In my 6mm Rem I was able to find a load that beat my best 85hpbt and 100 Prohunter 4350 loads.

Best results were with IMR 7828 SSC and Reloder 19. Has anyone had experience with this particular cartridge?

I'm look at 100 gr AMAX bullets and have a good amount of H4350 and IMR4350 powders, but am willing to … I have a very old hornady reloader manual that gives 50.2 load of 4831 with a 87gr bullet, this just seems to be a lot for this cartridge, I shoot a lot of IMR 4831 in my two 6mm-284s but have never used it in the 6mm rem.

IMR 4451 powder has a medium burn rate and was formulated to provide top performance in the .243 Winchester, 6mm Remington, .270 Winchester, 7mm-08, .30-06, .300 WSM, .338 Win.

When a country is well governed, poverty and a mean condition are something to be ashamed of. Although the 6mm lost the popularity contest to the .243, it is one of my favorite rifle cartridges, and much appreciated by reloaders generally. Both are great powders Brian. Using bullets from Remington PTD SP, Remington PTD SPCL. Available in 1 lb. I have a 6mm Rem ADL and shoot Sierra 85gr. Did developement in temps from 75*F to about 89*F. Ironicly, The best loads in my gun could have been replicated w/ standard 6rem. IMR recommends always consulting www.IMRReloading.com for the most accurate, up-to-date data. When the kids were young I bought the Remington's in bulk and they were cheap. I had a Remington 700 VLS in a 6mm Rem That loved 105 A-Max with IMR4350 40.5gr seated .020" off lands and IMR 4831 43gr with the same seating depth both at 200yds stayed inside a quarter with the 4350 shooting just a little better. It would not go 20 rounds without overheating the barrel and experiencing velocity excursions.