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Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by Beagle, Jan 10, 2010.
I have a nice shape uzi model A. SOLD!
looking to Sell in WA only to wa residents only.
btt pictures added.:thumbup:
Not trying to crap on your ad at all (I think this is a sweet gun, very reasonable price), but would this not be considered a Short Barrel Rifle as it sits in the pic?
I'm interested, just want to make sure everything is straight.
As far as I know, the UZI carbines came with a "display" short barrel, that was not functional, and a legal 16" barrel.
So it appears that the display barrel is installed, and you can see the real barrel right below the gun.
Ah, that makes sense. I have only seen/ shot 1 and it was a full auto with the short barrel owned by a dealer as a "range gun" locally. Man these are sweet. We ran one with a can and it was flawless (with the right grain bullets). I would love to have one in the future (semi of course).
Thanks for clearing that up physics guy!
Physicsguy is correct all the model A and B guns came wit a short non functioning barrel. that is how they are shipped.sorry for not mentioning that in the add. i will fix that now.
Is it full auto I don't know much about them sorry.
No it's not full auto we live in WA. so you can't have full auto here.
I have owned two IMI Uzi's in my day. The first one was model B 9mm. When the ex left, sold that one. I now a .45 acp and is marked as such. It is a model B also. I built this one from a receiver. Once you get one, the cool thing is, you can change calibers fairly easy. A 9mm, .40SW, .45acp, and even .22lr can all be shot from the same receiver. All you do is change the bolts, barrels, and mags. A real IMI Uzi is almost indestructable.:thumbup:
Let me know if you ever make it down to Vancouver or the general vicinity.