3D model of a compact submachine gun designed and manufactured by Israeli Military Industries (IMI), a predecessor of the modern Israel Weapon Industries (IWI). Developed in the early 1980s as a scaled-down version of the original Uzi submachine gun, the Micro Uzi was intended for use by special forces, law enforcement and VIP protection details where a highly concealable yet effective weapon was required. Chambered in the popular 9x19mm Parabellum cartridge, the Micro Uzi uses a simple open-bolt, blow-back mechanism and features a telescoping bolt assembly that wraps around the barrel, resulting in a compact design. With a rate of fire of approximately 1,200 rounds per minute, the Micro Uzi is known for its high rate of fire, although it can be difficult to control in fully automatic mode. The weapon typically uses 20, 25 or 32 round detachable box magazines and has a side-folding stock for increased portability and versatility.
3D model based on the original dimensions of a real submachine gun. All model files were "smoothed". We can provide product files with un-smoothed geometry by your request.
All main parts of the model are separated objects. Therefore, you can easily change all materials. We provide several formats for each model, most of them are available by default.
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