08 December 2009

Not your Grandmothers UZI

Take a standard configuration UZI

Add a Picatinny Rail,
Fore Grip, Flashlight, Scope, Drum Magazine, and what do you get?

How about an IDF Custom silencer?
What about full amphibian warfare capabilities?

Not your Grandmother's UZI!

IDF Women Cadet 1970's with IWI UZI SMG

IDF Women have been issued the UZI SMG since it's creation.

تنسيق-الكليات-لعام سكس نيك كس

These IDF Women are about 69 years old now.
Some of them still like to shoot

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Shafeek Ariel said...

Hi from Puerto Rico,excellent footage ,when you get time ,show more photos of modified UZI.

Don said...
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Don said...

You know, I actually do have my grandma's 12-gauge pump shotgun. Makes me reluctant to fix it up, though it doesn't really have collector's value, but it does at least need to be re-blued and I'd like to refinish the stock. No picatinny rails, though, I think.

It has not escaped me that my big strong grandfather bought his tiny little wife (she can hide behind my shoulder standing up) a massive 12-gauge Ithaca "Deerslayer" model and she used it without complaint for years--but now he carries the same model in 20 gauge, and his son carries the same thing in 16. Only the giant grandson carries the 12 now, and I've been thinking it over carefully for the past few years. If it wasn't so damn accurate for a shotgun, I'd probably take my old 20-gauge out and use that.

Sorry for the ramble, but it triggered something in my head. And fully-automatic Uzis with standard-length barrels are illegal here anyway (in my home state of Illinois, not in the U.S.)

Mad Saint Jack said...
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Gun Cabinets said...

I lust after the Uzi Pro because I have a big pile of Glock mags.


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