This is my 3rd and final version of the Uzi smg. This is my best version of the Uzi because it has............ ATTACHMENTS!!! yay! It can utilize extended mags, a silencer, a red dot sight, a holographic sight, an acog scope, and grip. On the uzi by itself, the working features are: A working trigger, a working cocking handle, an extendable stock, working iron sights, and a removable magazine. And again, sorry for the bad quality of the pictures, they were taken with my ipod.
About this creation
The cocking handle can be pulled back and pushed forward, just like the one in my Uzi V2.
Here it is pulled back.
When you pull back the cocking handle, you can see a bullet in the ejection port.(on the other side)
Here is the handle. It has a rubber band powered trigger. I really liked my handle design. The magazine is also removeable.
Here is the stock. It's extendable.
It folds out correctly. Its very flimsy though.
Here it is extended.
Here is the other side of the gun. It has the ejection port. Sorry about the rubber band, I wasn't able to cover it up.
This is a view through the iron sights. There is another rear sight that can flip up like on the real Uzi.
This is the other rear sight.
The front sight is just a post, and the cocking handle has a little niche in it, both features on the real gun.
the Uzi is about a quarter inch short. When the stock is extended it is about an inch too long. This is the most accurate Uzi I have made.
Now for the attachments. The first one is an extended magazine. Here it is compared with the normal mag.
And here it is in the gun.
The second attachment is the grip. This was hard to build, but I finally figured it out and I like it... alot.
The third attachment is a silencer. To put this on you have to first take off the existing barrel.
Here is the fourth attachment, the red dot sight. This was hard to design, and I'm still not very satisfied with it, but I guess it's okay.
This is what it would look like if you were looking throght the sight. And yes, there is a red dot in the middle of the sight, it's just hard to see.
This is the fifth attachment, the holographic sight.
Looking through the sight. There is also a red dot in the middle of this sight.
Last is the ACOG scope. This was hard to figure out, but I finally finished it.
The view looking through the ACOG. I like this scope the best.