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Anyone find extra magazines for this model? The 25rd full size magazine with Co2 inside
Currently there are no Uzi magazines available. Try Umarex USA 479-646-4210
Is the bolt supposed to lock shut on last round? Mine isn't. Hasn't ever .
The UZI will continue firing (cycling) after the mag is empty. It does not lock in any position.
So, Just what is the twist lock adjustment on the barrel for on a REAL Uzi?
If you mean the barrel nut. That is how the gun is field stripped.
Is it all metal
Mostly. The grip plates are plastic.
Can anyone point me to a video that shows how to fieldstrip this airgun?
The Uzi can not be field stripped.
What is the twist lock adjustment on the barrel for and is there a special laser that mounts under the barrel on the nub
The Threaded barrel hut is the way the real Uzi is made. There is no rail to attach any sighting on the Uzi
Without any Co2, is the trigger not suppossed to pull while the clip is in? Mine wont pull at all when the clip is in. I have yet to test with Co2. Just wondering.
The top cover pops off when gun is fired. Is there a fix for this?
Mine did after cocking 3rd time had leaking when cocking 1st time was unable to fire all 25bbs on auto had about 10 left refill when CO2 ran out refilled bbs and co2 cocked ok 2nd time but gun stopped again after 5 shots on semi heard some leaking again pulled back to cock again and top with cocking handle fell off - pulled mag out took out remaining 15 bbs and removed CO2 cartridge - plenty of CO2 left - returning to Pyramyd Air
Give Umarex USA a call or email and ask. First time I've heard of that happening.
Anyone know if grips and fore-end for a real mini-uzi will fit this BB Gun? Thanks!
Hello! I just got in my Mini Uzi the other day and was able to give it a test game today. However, in semi auto it likes to burst fire a few instead. Full auto works fine though. But when I pull the trigger and not hold it down for semi it will burst out 2-3 rounds, sometimes it will only shoot once though. Any ideas?
My co2 wont undcrew from the Allan wrench in clip it just turns any way to fix or order new clip? Ive only shot about 5 times then it sit for bout 6 months ??
I'm not 100% sure what you mean, but it sounds like your piercing screw might be chewed up. If that's the case, a new mag would be in order unless Umarex USA will sell you just the screw.
There is a lever on the top of the barrel in the front, it holds a collar, that serves what purpose? Is this where the blowback adjustment can be made? I'm trying to get a little more legs out of the o2 cartridges. Or does it hold the barrel, or both?
Is there a specific base mount that I can use to mount a laser dot under the barrel?
Not that I have seen
How many rounds per second does the full auto UZI fire?
The gun will dump a full 25 rd magazine in about 2 seconds
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?
There are Uzi SMG slings made by Galco leather. They work perfect for the Mini Uzi.
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.
will they come out with a 22 caliber version if so can it take pellets and have a rifled barrel
No, they won't come out with a pellet shooting version, 22 or otherwise. The mechanics involved in the feeding mechanism are not translatable between the two projectile types unfortunately.
what parts of this replica metal and which are plastic? Is this a to scale copy?
Many parts are genuine IMI/IWI surplus UZI parts. The barrel nut retainer is plastic and the frame is plastic. The barrel nut, top cover assembly, magazine catch and other items are IMI metal.
Mine is almost entirely metal, only the grips are plastic as far as I can tell.
Is this gun metal?
Material Metal/ABS plastic Stock Synthetic
Is the full auto a legit modification or are the gunsmiths just altering the gun to shoot full auto. (was it originally designed to shoot full auto)?
This gun is very similar to the Uzi semiautomatic carbine inported by Action Arms Ltd. in the 1980's. You have to file off the nub which prevents the fire selector from moving forward to the 'A' (Automatic) setting. Once this nub is filed off and smoothed out, the selector will move forward and the gun will fire full auto.
The gun was originally designed for full-auto.
Does the full auto version 7175 also have semi auto or is just full auto all the time?
Yes, all the upgrade does is enables the full-auto mode. Semi-auto mode is still there.
How do I purchase this pistol in the full auto version?
It has semi-auto and full-auto
same page, just use 7175 kit, here is the link: Uzi CO2 BB Submachine Gun....
How different is the full auto and semi auto on BB usage? How much ammunition (roughly) would you go through in both modes?
In semi-auto from 2-3 clips in full-auto 1
You can shoot about 1 magazine full of bb's before C02 change in full auto (use controlled bursts not a complete dump) and approximately 2 magazines full of bb's before a change in semi auto.
How many CO2 tanks does this product go through in semi-auto and in full auto? What would be the difference between modes on CO2 usage?
At optimal ambient temperatures you should expect around 1 mag in full auto (or just under if 1 constant burst, suggest using a few bursts with a short break in between as this will give many more shots) and around 2 magazines full of bb's in semi auto.
Can it really fire 71 yards (210 feet) with any power?
That would be maximum distance traveled, you would most likely want to keep 20 yards or under for target shooting.
Can u hook up large co2 tanks to it
There is not a way to do that at this time.
I just recently purchased this product and I would like to know how you can make this a full auto I am intrigued ?
In order to keep the full product warranty intact this a modification should be completed by a Pyramyd Air Technician. The modification to full can be accomplished by removing the trigger group frame and cutting/filing the blocking tab off the bottom of the receiver. This permanent change will void the warranty on the gun.
HOW DIFFERENT THIS FULL AUTO FROM A MOD VERSION?
This is the same as a Mod version, it is done by a Pyramyd Air technician.
So the Full Atuo upgrade version,does the fire selector allow you to fire in Semi-Auto aswell?
in the vain of the "grip or mag" question... is this a gun or lollipop?... ANS : YES (LOL)
Anyway to convert it to use larger CO2 carts or mags?
None that I am aware of.
Is the co2 compartment in the grip or mag
It is contained in the magazine. Once you drop the mag, there is no Co2.
Were do you fi d out how to do mod for full auto
Pyramyd Air now offers the full-auto version and their upgrade does not void the warranty!!!
I would not recommend any modifications to full auto as they will void the warranty and most likely wear parts prematurely if not break them due to the additional stresses.
is this the one where you can mod it to be full auto ?
You can do a very simple modification but it will void the warranty
No, any modifications will void the warranty.
My uzi starts to "leak" sometimes after a few shots. The gun hisses and no longer fires. Is this a gun problem or mag problem?
CO2 seal broken?
Sounds like the mag, are you using Pellgun oil?
Can you attach a sling to this gun?
Yes, you can.
is this the one with the strong recoil?
Yes the blowback bolt mechanism is wieghted and the blowback gas porting function uses the majority of the available air for each shot and also is the greatest contributor to the overall sound of each report when fired.
Who's the manufacturer? Umarex? Cybergun?
It's really made by KWC. Used to be licensed under Cybergun, now under Umarex.
I am 99% sure that the O.E.M. for this product is indeed Cybergun. They supply this to several different distributors and even make licensed and unlicensed IMI Uzi reproduction with the Uzi Stampings on the frame. If its offered Umarex than it is a licensed version with Uzi stampings.Also...Cybergun manufactures an 8mm airsoft version also. I understand that both the 4.5mm/.177 version and the 8mm/airsoft version share all the same parts except the barrel liner and magazine. Both models have exchangable parts and is why the steel model is so easily modded for full auto.