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Micro-uzi
A micro-uzi. It really is micro, it's only 16 studs long!!!(not counting the barrel).
About this creation
Instructions are available here.

The real micro-uzi.

My version of the micro-uzi(no butt stock). Yes I know it's a little too thick but there was NO way I could fit this mechinism into something smaller then this.

The mechinism unloaded.(Mechinism credit to a guy from youtube Koenigseggccr007)

Mechinism loaded. Yes I know your suppost to use the little cocking arm at the top to load it but this is as good as I could get it.

The bullet. I prefer mega blocks because I have tons of them and I never use them.

Again, removable magazine.

Front view.

First person pic.


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To:Apple Pie December 31, 2008
Thanks for telling me. Yes it's possible. You need a mechinism where the every time you pull the trigger the ram slams forward, and every time you release the trigger the ram retracts allowing the next axle to slide in. It's complicated check out a person on youtube called "Technic Creations". He has a mech like that.

To:Hoang Phong January 1, 2009
Yes it's that mechinism but it's not exactly like his. If I used his mech the gun would blow apart every time I would load it. Oh and B.T.W, I thought it was a tank name. Lol!



Comments

  August 30, 2013
But the shooting mechanism is a very good idea.
  August 30, 2013
Why do you call this 'micro'? Only 16 studs long?! A micro model can be 6, maximum 7 studs long! I think, this is also bigger than a mini set. You can call this 'midi scale'.
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  October 4, 2010
niiiicccceeeee i love it 5 legoman heads;)
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  April 22, 2009
Not really a comment on you uzi, which is still good btw,...but i noticed your avatar change and I just wanted to say that I am a huge Disturbed fan, actually saw them live in Augusta, Georgia, 02/13/09
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  February 26, 2009
funny. i built the same gun (while following your instructions) and accidentally got shot in the head (it didn't hurt ;]). my uncle was wielding the gun. that was funny XD
  February 20, 2009
Nice idea and performance !
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  January 3, 2009
wow, can i have instructions, if their are any?
Bogdanski Olegovich
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Marco P
  January 1, 2009
great work i love de shooting mechanism one thing de back of the gun is pretty short still a great gun though good job!
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  January 1, 2009
Awesome! Is the mech from Koennissegg007's Single shot pistol? Yeah, his name is confusing (sorry if I spelled it wrong) but it's a car's name. Without the 007 part.
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  January 1, 2009
Very nice Micro-UZI. It's pretty realistic. Just too small, i think, but it's a MICRO-UZI!
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  December 31, 2008
sweet. I hope you don't mind that I joined your group. I definetly like this. If you still have it built, I'd like instructions.
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  December 31, 2008
Just like the real thing! but a little bit wider at the top section, still great... keep it up man >>> peace.. Fofo :)
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  December 31, 2008
thats soooo awesome!!!! i like it cuz it shoots bricks. is it possible t omake a smiauto technic beam shooter? plz reply and thanks for the comment on my new moc. i made the lights on photobucket.com. check it out.
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  December 31, 2008
The back needs to be a few studs longer. Other than that it's great!
 
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