UZI: Dangerous Than It Looks

Considered as one of the deadliest weapons, The Uzi Submachine Gun is an open-bolt, blow back operated gun. The Uzi Submachine Gun was designed by Major Uziel Gal during the late 1940s. It is manufactured by Israel Military Industry. This deadly weapon is commonly used as a personal or self defense weapon by troops and other infantry assault forces. The Uzi Submachine Gun is sold in ninety countries around the world for military and law enforcement. This deadly weapon is used as a front line weapon because of its size and efficiency.

Pic3Design and Specification

The design of Uzi Submachine Gun was inspired by other guns like Jaroslav Holocek designed ZK 476. The Uzi Submachine Gun uses an open-bolt, blow back; hence, you need not worry that the gun will overheat when it is used continuously. The open bolt design exposes the breech end of the barrel, which help the weapon or gun to cool. One disadvantage of the Uzi Submachine Gun is that since the bolt is held at the back when cocked, the receiver can be contaminated with sand and dust.

Uzi Submachine Gun is built using a stamped metal sheet; hence, manufacturing the Uzi is less expensive compared to the other guns. The Uzi Submachine Gun can easily be repaired and maintained because it has only a few moving parts.

Using the Uzi is safe because its pistol grip is fitted with a grip safety. The grip safety prevents accidental firing to simply occur. In using the Uzi Submachine Gun, it is advisable to use the original magazine, which is the 9mm Uzi 25 round. The calibers can also be changed. There are many calibers available in the market, which will fit this gun, but Uzi is really deadly even if the caliber size used is small.

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