CCI Blazer Brass Loaded in the All-New 30 Super Carry Cartridge

CCI Blazer Brass Loaded in the All-New 30 Super Carry Cartridge
CCI Blazer Brass Loaded in the All-New 30 Super Carry Cartridge

U.S.A.-( CCI Ammunition announced its loading of the new 30 Super Carry cartridge in Blazer Brass while at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 2022. This new Blazer Brass introduction is a 115-grain, 30 Super Carry load intended for training with the all-new Federal Ammunition engineered cartridge intended for the conceal-carry market. Check with your local ammo store for availability.

“The 30 Super Carry is an all-new handgun chambering launched this year. The innovative cartridge fires a smaller-diameter bullet than 9mm Luger yet carries the same energy at the muzzle. Plus, it has significantly superior ballistics than the 380 Auto,” said CCI’s Handgun Ammunition Product Director Mike Holm. “This small and mighty cartridge truly changes the game for those looking for the most modern self-defense, conceal-carry option available.”

The 30 Super Carry cartridge was developed by CCI Blazer’s affiliate brand, Federal Ammunition, and packs the power of the 9mm Luger in a smaller configuration. The .313-inch diameter bullet carries the same energy as 9mm Luger at the muzzle while still offering more magazine capacity than 9mm Luger.

“The all-new cartridge could also someday be chambered in smaller, easier to conceal handguns,” continued Holm. “Blazer Brass 30 Super Carry uses reliable 115-grain full-metal jacket bullets and reloadable brass, plus quality primers and propellants.”

Part No. / Description / MSRP

  • 5205 / Blazer Brass 30 Super Carry 115 grain FMJ / $30.99 MSRP

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Knute Knute

Oh boy, oh boy! I can’t wait to see something new come out! Even if it is almost identical to the 7.65 Borchardt from 1895! 🙂


I don’t know about this load or model of bullet, but I would like to say that I have had Federal and especially Winchester white box not fire and Remington yellow box UMC that had projectiles in backwards, I have never had either in CCI. I especially have never had a failure to fire in their 22 stinger rounds which I have had problems with Remington in the past but not Federal.

That’s why I only use CCI primers for reloading.