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Improved Military Rifle (IMR) describes a series of tubular nitrocellulose smokeless powders evolved from World War I through World War II for loading military and commercial ammunition and sold to private citizens for reloading rifle ammunition for hunting and target shooting. These powders were DuPont modifications of John Bernadou's 1897 Naval Torpedo Station patent for nitrocellulose powder colloided with ether and alcohol. IMR powders are coated with dinitrotoluene (DNT) to slow initial burning and graphite to minimize static electricity during blending and loading. They contain 0.6% diphenylamine as a stabilizer and 1% potassium sulfate to reduce muzzle flash.

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  • Improved Military Rifle (IMR) est une marque de poudre sans fumée à grains tubulaires à base de nitrocellulose développée durant la première et la seconde Guerre Mondiale dans les munitions militaires et commerciales, puis vendue aux particuliers pour le rechargement de munitions pour fusil de chasse et de tir à la cible. Ces poudres proviennent d'une modification par l'entreprise DuPont de la poudre Naval Torpedo Station brevetée par Jean Bernadou en 1897, à base de poudre de nitrocellulose en suspension dans de l'éther et de l'alcool.
  • Improved Military Rifle (IMR) describes a series of tubular nitrocellulose smokeless powders evolved from World War I through World War II for loading military and commercial ammunition and sold to private citizens for reloading rifle ammunition for hunting and target shooting. These powders were DuPont modifications of John Bernadou's 1897 Naval Torpedo Station patent for nitrocellulose powder colloided with ether and alcohol. IMR powders are coated with dinitrotoluene (DNT) to slow initial burning and graphite to minimize static electricity during blending and loading. They contain 0.6% diphenylamine as a stabilizer and 1% potassium sulfate to reduce muzzle flash.
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  • Improved Military Rifle (IMR) est une marque de poudre sans fumée à grains tubulaires à base de nitrocellulose développée durant la première et la seconde Guerre Mondiale dans les munitions militaires et commerciales, puis vendue aux particuliers pour le rechargement de munitions pour fusil de chasse et de tir à la cible. Ces poudres proviennent d'une modification par l'entreprise DuPont de la poudre Naval Torpedo Station brevetée par Jean Bernadou en 1897, à base de poudre de nitrocellulose en suspension dans de l'éther et de l'alcool. Les poudres IMR sont enduites de dinitrotoluène (DNT) pour ralentir la combustion initiale et de graphite pour réduire l'accumulation d'électricité statique pendant le mélange et le chargement. Elles contiennent 0,6 % de diphénylamine comme stabilisateur et 1 % de sulfate de potassium pour réduire la lumière à la bouche du canon durant le tir. IMR® est une marque déposée d'IMR Powder Company, affiliée à la Hodgdon Powder Company, qui commercialise les poudres sous ce nom.
  • Improved Military Rifle (IMR) describes a series of tubular nitrocellulose smokeless powders evolved from World War I through World War II for loading military and commercial ammunition and sold to private citizens for reloading rifle ammunition for hunting and target shooting. These powders were DuPont modifications of John Bernadou's 1897 Naval Torpedo Station patent for nitrocellulose powder colloided with ether and alcohol. IMR powders are coated with dinitrotoluene (DNT) to slow initial burning and graphite to minimize static electricity during blending and loading. They contain 0.6% diphenylamine as a stabilizer and 1% potassium sulfate to reduce muzzle flash. IMR® is a registered trademark of the IMR Powder Company assigned to the Hodgdon Powder Company, which markets powders under that name.
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