See parts 1-5 for instructions to source the parts and built your own Fully Legal semi-automatic UZI carbine. I was delayed almost two weeks because of bad weather and a one week business trip, before I could take my new fun toy to the outdoor range and test it.
Above of pictures taken during the first firing of the finished Semi Automatic Uzi Carbine at the local gun range.
So my son and I took the completed UZI to the local gun range and we finally got to see if it would work. The UZI takes a little while to get used to, because of the grip safety. This is the only gun I own that has a grip safety. So you have to push in the grip safety completely while you pull the trigger or nothing will happen.
I loaded the magazine, engaged the safety and the gun fired perfectly. This video below is a video of the actual first time, the gun has been fired.
There are 5 posts under the category Building the Uzi that explain where to get the receiver and parts and how to put them together. It has been a fun build and it did not take much skill other than to figure out how the parts went together. I am completely happy with the build and I might even do it again and build a UZI pistol next time.
If you build yourself one from these directions, let me know if I missed anything.
Thanks and enjoy Freddy