I can verify that I've been looking for H4350 on every "Powder Sale" to cross my email since July and have yet to see it in stock anywhere. To date, I've had my best results with 140 gn Hornady ELD-M rounds, and I think it was one that talked about reloading with H4350 (I swear I recall seeing that on one of the first boxes I bought).Ten days ago, I got an email from Natchez Shooter's Supply telling me it was in stock. I don't even recall when I signed up for notification when it was in stock, but I grabbed three pounds of it.
Words I have never seen on any web site, circled in red. Note the 8 pound jugs were not in stock. I just checked right now and it still shows as being in stock. The long shortage is finally being overcome.
About the time the powder was delivered, the April sales flyer from Midway USA came. What to my wondering eyes should appear, but the very bullets used in the ammo I've had the best results with. Hornaday 140 grn ELD-Match bullets were on sale this month. 300 of those are on the way and should be here Saturday.
So in the space of two weeks, I will have gone from not being able to reload the 6.5 Creedmoor to having everything, and even two different types of match grade bullets: these and the Berger Hybrid Bullets I got a couple of months ago.
I still have things to learn and lots to do, but it's good to be getting to this point. The only drawback is that our shooting season is winding down. The weather should be good until May and might even last through May. Not that I don't go in the summer; I just make a point to be ready to shoot when it opens and be aware of the sun. We usually just shoot from 8 until 11/11:30. While today, it might not have made it to 80 degrees until noon, by late July that will be close to the overnight low.