IMI Mini-Uzi

 

IMI Mini-Uzi
9x19mm or .45 ACP

Shortened version of the Israeli Uzi that was developed int he 1940s and put into production in 1954. It was the first weapon to use a telescoping bolt that allowed it to be so short and have the magazine in the handgrip. The uzi has a standard 32 round magazine while the mini-Uzi has a standard 20 round magazine (9mm), which on full auto empties in just 2 seconds. From the 1960s - 1980s, Uzis were sold to more military and police markets than any other submachine gun ever made in over 90 countries.


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