Micro Uzi Sub-Machine Gun,Special Forces,Indian Armed Forces

Micro Uzi Sub-Machine Gun,Special Forces,Indian Armed ForcesMicro Uzi Sub-Machine Gun,Special Forces,Indian Armed Forces

Micro Uzi Sub-Machine Gun,Special Forces,Indian Armed Forces

 

The Uzi Submachine Gun is a standard Uzi with a 10-inch (250 mm) barrel. It has a rate of automatic fire of 600 rounds per minute (rpm) when chambered in 9mm Parabellum; the .45 ACP model’s rate of fire is slower at 500 rpm.

The Mini-Uzi is a smaller version of the regular Uzi, first introduced in 1980. The Mini-Uzi is 600 mm (23.62 inches) long or 360 mm (14.17 inches) long with the stock folded. Its barrel length is 197 mm (7.76 inches), its muzzle velocity is 375 m/s (1230 f/s) and its effective range is 100 m. It has a greater automatic rate of fire of 950 rounds per minute due to the shorter bolt. Its weight is approximately six pounds (2.7 kg).

The Micro-Uzi is an even further scaled down version of the Uzi, introduced in 1986. Uzi variant was used by the Indian Special Protection Group until 2008, when it was replaced with the FN P90.Micro-Uzi variant is used by Indian Army Para Commandos.

Micro Uzi Sub-Machine Gun,Special Forces,Indian Armed Forces

Specifications Micro Uzi

Calibre 9 x 19 mm
Weight (empty) 1.5 kg
Length 486 mm
Length (with folded stock) 282 mm
Barrel length 117 mm
Muzzle velocity 350 m/s
Cyclic rate of fire 1200 rpm
Practical rate of fire 40 – 120 rpm
Magazine capacity 25, 32, 40, 50 rounds
Sighting range 200 m
Range of effective fire 200 m

Basic Characteristics

Micro Uzi Sub-Machine Gun,Special Forces,Indian Armed Forces

  • Blowback operation.
  • Integrated jump compensator (on barrel).
  • Two modes of operation: Semi-Automatic or automatic.
  • Folded butt.
  • Cocking handle located on the breech block.
  • Integral picatinny rail mount on the receiver cover.
  • Additional rail for mounting electro optic devices under the barrel.
  • Safety Features:
    1. Manual Safety.
    2. Grip safety(must be fully depressed before the gun is cocked or fired).
    3. Firing pin blocker(close bolt version).
    4. Cocking with ratchet mechanism (open bolt version) to prevent accidental. discharge in case of knob slipping during cocking.

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