Ok, just so I'm on the right page here.......... .30 Slugger = .30 super Luger And your running .38 supercomp (9x23) brass thru a .30 luger sizing die and calling it a day. Correct? (Basically a .30 luger with a longer neck, correct?) I was having a hard time following the posts and wasn't sure if some of them were pertaining to .30 luger loaded really hot.
When you did the long "Moscow Match" loads, at 1.6" lg, did you run them out of a stock .223/5.56 magazine? If you did, how well did it feed?
This sounds pretty interesting if it would run well and still fit in a glock magazine.
Last Edit: Dec 31, 2015 16:02:21 GMT -5 by scheirere
Tim, I've got some questions also. Can 30 Luger factory ammo be fired in the 30 slugger chamber? Reason I ask is my wife and I go to an indoor shooting range and they only allow factory ammo. My 2nd question is the longer Slugger round in the picture is something like 1.6" overall length which is like the length of the 30 carbine cartridge -- can the long 30 sluggers be fed from a carbine magazine? You make the 30 carbine magwell adapter for the AR and I wondered if you had tried the Sluggers in it. I do shoot at an outdoor range that does allow hand loads and if the carbine magazine setup works it would allow me to play with hand loads for the 30 Slugger.
Happy New Year All! I've jumped around and little bit ahead of myself in order to start some load data and work on different names...... Yes: 30 Slugger / Uzi / UZ / Slugr are all the same. 30 Super Luger is 9x23 SC brass ( Starline Super Comp brass has thicker base with modified extractor and modified walls for 147gr 9mm bullets ) that is cut down .050" and sized in 30 Luger dies. Think of the 45 Super when they cut down 45 Mag brass. This gives you 45,000 psi brass with factory parts to start shooting. I've got new reamers coming for the 30 Slugger / Slugr : It uses the stock 9x23 SC brass and blows the shoulder out and fwd enough so you can not fit it in a 30 Luger chamber. No: The 30 Slugr (not here yet) will not (or shouldn't) fit in a 30 Luger chamber.
Yes: The Moscow Match work in M1 Carbine Mags.....
..... to a point. Remember, we are doing this all blow back and our Carbine adapter has no ejector. OK, so build a gas gun. If I were to do a gas gun I would probably go the 22B route and just use 5.56 brass and re-invent the Super Cooper. And if I were using 5.56 brass I probably wouldn't worry about Uzi mags, and if I wasn't worried about Uzi mags, I wouldn't cut the case down that far, and presto, the 300 BlaSperBall
If there's anything I have learned on this AR stuff......... ...... at some point in time you have to stop and build the d**n thing.
22 UZ / 30 Slugr objective: A 9mm blowback alternative
Post by kiwicollectorar15 on Jan 9, 2016 21:40:21 GMT -5
Spent the day at the range with the chrony and the reloading gear, powders, primers, projectiles
I'm getting from 50 to 100 FPS difference in actual FPS and those quick load give, with actual FPS being lower across all the powders and loads tested
I have done the water fill on the case imput and the actual case and bullet sizes into quick load, is there anything else that can be tweaked to try and get the numbers to match better or is that as good as it gets
It is so much better as a DI than a blowback, very smooth and a lot less recoil
Next trip out I will be playing with some more powders and spring and buffer weights