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Post by Rebel Rifle Ordnance on Sun Nov 27, 2011 3:27 pm

I'm in the market for a transferable SMG UZI on Form 4 or 3 (preferable in MS). Thanks.

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by captain-03 on Sun Nov 27, 2011 4:47 pm

Boy - you got it bad!!

However, would suggest you try to shoot one of them before you drop that serious cash for one. Fun to shoot but the ergonomics seems to be lacking ... that folding stock does not give a good cheek weld and the sights are pretty much useless (IMHO) ... for a 9mm, I would consider it on the heavy side. You can get a wooden stock (still think I have one) along with a barrel extension -- however, if you do all of that, might as well get a carbine or rifle!!

I still have one of the first model carbines that were imported in the 80s. Again, fun to shoot but pretty much useless ... for any serious action.

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by Rebel Rifle Ordnance on Sun Nov 27, 2011 4:54 pm

Yep, got it pretty bad. I'm on the net right now posting up stuff for sale.

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by Rw on Sun Nov 27, 2011 4:54 pm

I have limited experience with uzi, but like capt said the ergonomics were lacking to me too. That said, DO NOT shoot a mp5, you will want one bad... i do. I shot one of Mike smiths at Meet and Greet 2 (a sd with integral suppressor) I still want one.

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Post by captain-03 on Sun Nov 27, 2011 4:56 pm

keithinvestigations wrote:Yep, got it pretty bad. I'm on the net right now posting up stuff for sale.

Can remember when I did the same thing!!

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by Rebel Rifle Ordnance on Sun Nov 27, 2011 5:18 pm

Rw wrote:I have limited experience with uzi, but like capt said the ergonomics were lacking to me too. That said, DO NOT shoot a mp5, you will want one bad... i do. I shot one of Mike smiths at Meet and Greet 2 (a sd with integral suppressor) I still want one.

MP5 out of my price range. I realize that the UZI is not going to be a top notch competitor. I want it for the coolness factor and dumping some ammo down range.

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by Rw on Sun Nov 27, 2011 5:20 pm

An mp5 is a factor in me getting my ffl/sot in the next 6 months or so. Then im eligible to buy a pre may sample, they cost roughly 1/3 what the others do plus i can keep it if i give up my license. Not to mention what i can legally build being a sot.

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Post by Rebel Rifle Ordnance on Sun Nov 27, 2011 5:26 pm

Rw wrote:An mp5 is a factor in me getting my ffl/sot in the next 6 months or so. Then im eligible to buy a pre may sample, they cost roughly 1/3 what the others do plus i can keep it if i give up my license. Not to mention what i can legally build being a sot.

This is interesting. You can keep pre may samples even if you give up your FFL and SOT?

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by Rw on Sun Nov 27, 2011 5:27 pm

keithinvestigations wrote:
Rw wrote:An mp5 is a factor in me getting my ffl/sot in the next 6 months or so. Then im eligible to buy a pre may sample, they cost roughly 1/3 what the others do plus i can keep it if i give up my license. Not to mention what i can legally build being a sot.

This is interesting. You can keep pre may samples even if you give up your FFL and SOT?

Yes, you can.

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by SubGunFan on Sun Nov 27, 2011 5:32 pm

You can keep PRE-86 dealer samples, but not POST-86 guns.

POST-86 guns will require a LEO demo letter, PRE-86 guns don't.

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by SubGunFan on Sun Nov 27, 2011 5:34 pm

The POST-86 (Posties) guns are the cheap ones.

PRE-86 dealer samples are pretty high $$$$. Though not as bad as transferables...............

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by SubGunFan on Sun Nov 27, 2011 6:05 pm



You got to love the looks of the UZI. True, not that comfortable to shoot from the shoulder, but tuck the stock under your arm and ROCK & ROLL.............. Smile

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by Rebel Rifle Ordnance on Sun Nov 27, 2011 6:16 pm

Nice...

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by VegasSMG on Sun Nov 27, 2011 8:15 pm

Once you get your MAX-11 up and running, it's almost like having and Uzi... I owned both at the same time.

IMHO, you would do well to use the money for the stripped MAC-10 frame and the Uzi money and buy a RR M-16. The most versatile transferable platform you can own. .22LR, 9mm, 5.56, 7.62x39, 5.7 and you even have the beltfed option. Subguns are nice, but you need something in rifle caliber.

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by Rebel Rifle Ordnance on Sun Nov 27, 2011 8:18 pm

Yeah, I was thinking about that. I'm looking at an AC556 for $6,250 on a Form 4. How long does it take Form 4 out of state to my dealer?

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by SubGunFan on Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:31 pm

I suggest you pass on the AC556.....................................

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by Rebel Rifle Ordnance on Mon Nov 28, 2011 6:26 am

SubGunFan wrote:I suggest you pass on the AC556.....................................

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Why is that?

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by SubGunFan on Mon Nov 28, 2011 6:36 am

1. They are mag sensitive and can be Jam-O-Matics.

2. Have you spent time with a Mini-14? Not that great..............

3. Can not be upgraded/changed that much. No caliber changes.

4. Why do you think they are so "cheap"? All you get is a FA Mini-14 in 223.

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by SubGunFan on Mon Nov 28, 2011 6:39 am

Davy, I would slow down on your buying spree and wait for the chances to shoot the type guns you are looking at..............

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Re: transferable SMG UZI

Post by Rebel Rifle Ordnance on Mon Nov 28, 2011 8:00 am

I haven't bought anything yet just looking. Just because I'm looking doesn't mean that I'm going to buy.

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