The Uzi is an Israeli sub-machine gun designed by Major Uziel Gal and manufactured by Israel Military Industries (Now its called Israel Weapon Industries). The weapon appeared in many video games.

History Edit

The Uzi was designed by Uziel Gal in 1948, following the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. It was adopted by the Israel Defense Forces in 1951 due to the weapon's simplicity and economy of manufacture. The Uzi has involved in many conflicts around the world, it is a battle-proven weapon and has been adopted by over 90 countries (including the US Secret Service and SWAT Teams). It is also one of the most used sub-machine gun in the world along with the Heckler & Koch MP5.

Design Features Edit

The Uzi is an Open-bolt, blow-back operated weapon. In order to reduce the weapon's length, the weapon uses a telescoping bolt which allows the magazine to be housed in the pistol grip. The Uzi is usually chambered for the 9mm Parabellum pistol cartridge and fed with a 15, 20, 25, 32, 40 or 50-round magazine. The weapon is a selective fire weapon, it can be fired in either semi or fully automatic. Overall, the Uzi is an compact and reliable weapon for military uses, however, it did also suffered malfunctions in extreme conditions of sand and dust.

Variants Edit

Military Models Edit





  • Uzi: Standard version with a 10-inch barrel, available in 9mm Parabellum and .45 ACP. It has a rate of fire of 500 (.45) / 600 (9mm) rounds per minute in full-auto. Older models featured a wooden buttstock, and later models comes with a metal folding stock.
  • Mini-Uzi: Smaller version of the Uzi, first introduced in 1980. Comes with a shorter handguard and receiver, has a capability to fire in 950 rounds per minute due to the shorter bolt.
  • Micro-Uzi: A further scaled down version, its cyclic rate of fire is 1,200 rounds per minute.
  • Uzi-Pro: The recent model manufactured by Israel Weapon Industries. It's based with the Micro-Uzi, the entire weapon was made with polymer. It comes with three Picatinny rails for mounting optics and other accessories.

Civilian Models Edit

All of the civilian models fires in semi-auto only.

  • Uzi Carbine
  • Mini-Uzi carbine
  • Uzi Pistol

Other variants Edit

  • Norinco Model 320 (Chinese copy)
  • Strojnica ERO (Croatian copy)

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