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I redesigned my Uzi last night. I added all kinds of details. I went studless on most of this model too. The backside of the grip still has studs on it. The magazine is removable. I gave it an oversized suppressor that I saw in a couple pics. It fits right over the barrel. I also gave it a retractable stock. That was the most difficult part. For some reason, LDD won't move the stock on the pivots when it's all together. But it is designed to bend. If anyone gets the movie reference in the title, let me know.















































































































Building instructions
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Comments

  April 29, 2012
I've posted a picture of it on my Flickr and I'll be posting a few more soon. And I'd appreciate it if you took the time to check out my own life-size weapons :-) http://www.flickr.com/photos/theexpendables/
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  April 28, 2012
Quoting The Expendable . This is a great Uzi! Using your instructions, I actually made it today and I must say that I'm very impressed. I had to tweak a few things due to limited pieces available though, and the stock doesn't stay retracted, it just falls down, so I plan on making some modifications and I'll try to work in the working cocking lever. Keep up the great work, I love your weapons! :-)
Hey thanks!! Glad you like it. I wasn't sure how well the stock would hold up in real life. My real Lego Uzi doesn't have one yet. I thought maybe with enough friction pins, it would hold. I hope you post pics, I'd love to see it.
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  April 28, 2012
This is a great Uzi! Using your instructions, I actually made it today and I must say that I'm very impressed. I had to tweak a few things due to limited pieces available though, and the stock doesn't stay retracted, it just falls down, so I plan on making some modifications and I'll try to work in the working cocking lever. Keep up the great work, I love your weapons! :-)
John Fink
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Tyler Dillon
  February 29, 2012
You're referencing Tremors aren't you?
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  February 29, 2012
Quoting Tyler Dillon You're referencing Tremors aren't you?
HA HA!! Good call! The license plate on the Gummer's truck.
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  February 29, 2012
nice gun
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  February 29, 2012
Very nice work again!
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  February 28, 2012
Very nice indeed! I made my own Uzi using some of the most unusual pieces and techniques. But, sadly, we hired a cleaner to come clean our house and she knocked it over.
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  February 28, 2012
Quoting [ Brixwhiz ] Very nice job. I love the stock design, and the removable mag. Does the slide/coking lever go back? If so, cool. A tip would be to make the trigger pullable. It gives it more realism and less a chance to break when you rest your finger on it. Good overall build though.
Thanks for commenting. Unfortunately, the cocking lever doesn't slide. I'm sure I could design one that would, if lego made a spring piece long enough to slide it about 6 studs. I have a couple real lego pistols that have realistic slide action. All my real lego weapons have spring triggers that have a nice feel. I gave this LDD model this static trigger just for appearances.
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  February 28, 2012
Very nice job. I love the stock design, and the removable mag. Does the slide/coking lever go back? If so, cool. A tip would be to make the trigger pullable. It gives it more realism and less a chance to break when you rest your finger on it. Good overall build though.
 
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