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Tested a new subsonic recipe in the uzi

Thread in 'Class III & NFA Discussion' started by sovietak474u, Mar 11, 2018.

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    I just started reloading recently . I started with .44 mag . I got comfortable and started slowly loading 9mm.

    Well a friend was nice enough to give me his secret subsonic recipe . I gave it a go ... mission accomplished .

    *cant give out the load data .

     
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    Here is a comparison to good ole nasty Tula . As you see the Tula is a bit more spicy

     
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    Now, that's the ultimate night stand gun!
     
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    I would not want the cops touching my sheen guns . So they won’t ever be used in a defensive role .

    My nightstand duty has been swiftly stolen by my Brügger and Thomet TP9

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    Damn that thing looks like a Hollywood Hitman rig. And it sounds kinda like an impact wrench when you fire.
     
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    Right you just hear the clicking noise :lol:
     
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    It was certainly badass without a doubt. Reminded me of a YouTube video where a guy runs a full size Uzi suppressed over a competition style range.i don't remember what type of can he was using but the sound was very similar. There was a slow motion part of it that really enhanced the bolt travel noise.But yeah, you definitely came up with a good combination there.
     
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    I have a thread adapter so that that once my Mac-10 suppressor is approved... it will fit on uzi.. The suppressor used is a 3 lug octane 9 hd 2. Very pleased with it being just a pistol suppressor. The subgun suppressor volume is where it shines.
     
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