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The Uzi Submachine Gun (SMG) was designed by Uziel Gal, an Israel’s army lieutenant, in 1949. This weapon is named in honor to its designer. It was officially adopted in 1951 and was first introduced to Israel’s army special forces in 1954. Two years later it became the standard issue submachine gun with the Israel Defense Force. Weapon was selected by Israel’s army due to its simplicity and ease of production. The Uzi proved to be an extremely successful design. It was so successful, that eventually it had been adopted by more than 90 countries worldwide either for military use or law enforcement forces. Currently it is still used by around 70 countries from all over the world. Improved versions of this weapon are still produced in Israel. The Uzi was license-produced in Belgium and Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Unlicensed copied have been produced in China and Croatia. Also there are numerous clones of this successful weapon.
The Uzi is simple in design and technology. It is made primarily from stamped sheet metal. Also it has relatively few mowing parts. It is an open bolt, blowback operated submachine gun. It is chambered for a Standard 9×19 mm Parabellum round.
This submachine gun is fitted with a manual safety switch, which is also a fire mode selector. It has a semi-auto and full-auto modes. There is additional automatic grip safety button. The weapon will not fire until both safeties are disengaged. These features reduce the chance of accidental firing.
The weapon is simple to use and to maintain. This submachine gun can be easily field stripped for maintenance and repairs. The Uzi proved to be a reliable weapon, though can still jam if not cleaned regularly.
Magazine is housed in the pistol grip. This feature makes the weapon shorter and reloading becomes more intuitive. This design feature was borrowed from British MCEM-2 experimental submachine gun, or Czechoslovak Sa vz.23 submachine gun. The Uzi is fed from 25-, 32-, 40-, or 50-round box-shaped magazines.
Early production models had a detachable wooden stock. On later production models a collapsible metal stock was fitted as standard.
Downside of the Uzi is its limited range and accuracy, especially in full-auto mode.