This has 3 marked firing positions, but only 2 are functional. S=safety, R=semi-auto fire. A=just for the sake of an authentic look. It does not function.
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Read more about the Uzi CO2 BB Submachine Gun in Dennis Adler's Airgun Experience Blog.
A realistic replica of an Uzi submachine gun, this thing is a blast to shoot!
Steel BBs can ricochet. The shooter and everyone in the shooting area should wear safety glasses when a gun is being handled (even if it's unloaded). Remember to remove all pets from the area, as rebounding ammo can hit them, too. Never shoot steel BBs at hard objects (including metal targets) or water, as that increases the chance of ricochet.
|Max Velocity||360 fpsMeasured with 5.1-gr ammo|
|Body Type||Submachine gun|
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Things I liked: Built like a tank Rock & Roll Surprisingly accurate To be honest, after the first time shooting this on full auto, I came away giggling like a school girl. It's a lot of fun. The construction is robust. All metal .... everywhere. With a good heft. Accuracy was good out of the box, slightly low. Slight elevation adjustment, and no windage adjustment, and it was spot on at 10 yards with no-name dime-a-dozen steel BBs.
Things I would have changed: If I had to find something to change, I would suggest a little more of a click when you slam the magazine home. As it is now, there's no real "click", so I have to tug on the mag a little to make sure it's fully seated. Also, moving the safety between A (full auto), R (semi-auto), and S (safe) takes a little care. Switching to Safe is easy ... just slide it all the way back. But if I want R (semi-auto), which is in the middle, then I have to kind of hold the gun to to move it the middle R position, without sliding all the way to A. Very minor stuff here, but it's things I would have changed.
What others should know: On full auto, I can shoot one 25-shot magazine on one 12-gram CO2 cartridge. On semi-auto, I get 1 1/2 magazine on a full cartridge. I'm usually pretty good on counting my shots, but on full auto and burst semi-auto, I lose count, so I have to eject the magazine to check how many rounds I have left. Bottom line: This thing is a blast. But keep in mind that it's definitely a 5 on loudness. It's also got a kick. Only shoot toward areas where it's safe to miss off-target. When you're on full-auto, you'll sight it in, and slowly pull the trigger .... but it'll buck on you. It's fun to get the hang of it. ....and don't lose that little key for adjusting the elevation (it comes with the gun). It's a pain to adjust without it. 5 star air gun all the way.
Things I liked: This version is MUCH better than the Umarex version, as THIS ONE has the CO2 in the magazine. Plus, when buying, you can choose semi only OR semi AND full auto. I got the full!! This is one of THE hardest kicking blow-backs out there. Naturally, this is because a TON of CO2 is being used for each shot. Using full-auto, I can ALMOST get two full magazines of pellets_ usually around 55 or 56 shots. If I shoot ONLY semi, and pause between shots at least 30 seconds (better 60!), I can get ABOUT 2.5 magazines. I will be converting this to use HPA or the larger CO2 canisters.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: THIS THING EATS CO2 LIKE A PIG!!! Be sure to get that 40-count box_ get TWELVE boxes of 40. THREE STARS for accuracy because... well... it just AIN'T that accurate, and it ain't MEANT to be. It's a ROOM CLEARING gun, and THAT it does very well.
Things I liked: Overall this piece is great, right out the box is was fairly accurate, and also a first time using peep sights for me, which turned out to be really nice. I really enjoy the feel of this bb gun. Its got a nice strong kick, and i went for the full auto, this thing on full auto is crazy!. Its also pretty weighty, nothing absurd though and the magazine is probably a pound on its own! The mag is a nice solid piece. I really like this, and i would recommend it.
Things I would have changed: The selector switch is a bit stiff from the beginning, it seems as im wearing it in though. Of course, one minor gripe is its not full metal. That whole entire part you wrap your hand around is all plastic, the trigger (This is my biggest problem the trigger being plastic there is a lot of i guess crunching when you slowly pull the trigger, i love this bb gun to death but i feel like the trigger is about to break at any second, seems stronger than i though and its still going strong ), the trigger guard and i believe the magazine release and the trigger safety is metal. The the thing is is that the bolt is such a hefty solid piece, you'll forget this thing is made of plastic, The top bolt cover is metal though, and the whole fold out stock is metal, metal insides.
What others should know: If your having second thoughts, go for it! I was skeptical myself, but this thing is a real blast!. It can eat up a lot co2, on a good warm day, all in semi auto i got 2 1/2 mags from one c02. And get more mags! its worth it!
Is it easy to change the co2 ?
can a laser dot be mounted under the barrel
Only with a special mount. The UZI (even in real life) does not have accessory rails.
How do you attach a sling to this one?
Ummm... you can use the attached sling mounts for attaching the sling.
There are two small pins with eyes in them through which you can clip a sling. Problem is the gun is so heavy it wants to lay quite awkwardly on your back.
|Max Velocity||360 fpsMeasured with 5.1-gr ammo|