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Can I use imr4350 powder to load a 3030 rifle bullet

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Please contact a local gunsmith on this, if we give you the wrong info you can have a barrel blow out on you.

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Attach it to the end of a cleaning rod, and screw the end into the ball.

The brass ring is non-marring in the steel bore.

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