IMI Mini Uzi 9x19mm NATO SMG Registered Bolt Transferable Submachine Gun
Status: In-Stock / Please Call to Purchase
This Chester County Armory listing is for an Israel Military Industries (I.M.I.) Mini Uzi 9x19mm NATO transferable registered bolt submachine gun.
First introduced in 1980, the IMI Mini Uzi was the first attempt to shrink the size of the venerable Uzi SMG platform into a smaller, faster, lighter, and, in turn, more clandestine version. IMI didn’t reinvent the wheel here, but basically improved on Uzi Galil’s already fabulous platform by simply shortening the barrel length, and shrinking the overall length of the weapon. The shortened upper, of course, necessitated the use of shortened, lighter bolt. This change then increased the cyclic firing rate of the Mini Uzi up to about 950rds per minute from the 600rd threshold of the full-size model.
This much more rare Uzi model consists of a B&G Machine transferable, NFA registered Uzi SMG full-auto bolt setup in an original Action Arms of Philadelphia imported IMI Mini Uzi 9x19mm rifle. This conversion has correctly had the blocking bar removed for full-auto use, and features “A, F, and S” marked fire controls, for full-automatic, semi-automatic, and safe selections, respectively.
Overall, this weapon is in very good to excellent condition. Mechanically, the weapon notes little wear from firing use. The internals are solid and clean. The registered bolt notes only minor finish wear at the metal-to-metal contact points, and both the bolt face and the bore remain crisp and clean. Rifling on the bore also remains bright and shiny.
Cosmetically, this gun appears to be in good to very good condition, with the original exterior matte black finish noting significant cosmetic handling surface marks, but no dents, dings, cracks, gouges, malformations, etc., in the metalwork. All handling and storage marks noted appear to be only cosmetic in nature, and are not of any functional concern.
This fully transferable submachine gun is currently on a Form 3 for easy eForm transfer. The current NFA paperwork lists “Form 2 Registration” as the manufacturer of this registered machine gun bolt and “UZI” as the model. The IMI Mini Uzi host gun will transfer as a standard Title One rifle.