UZI 3D Printed Display Receiver


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Designed with the help of Philadelphia Ordnance and printed with PLA Pro +, for added strength from the Creatbot DX Plus to hold +/-.001” from the 3d model. These Uzi 3D Printed Display Receiver will accept the needed parts to build a dummy gun at a fraction of the price of ones made from steel. Please note these are made to order and will ship 1 week after your order date. No FFL needed.


Uzi – Wikipedia

Forgotten Weapons


The Uzi submachine gun, commonly referred to as the Uzi SMG, is a popular firearm known for its compact design and reliability. It was first developed in Israel in the 1950s and quickly gained popularity among military and law enforcement units worldwide.

The Uzi SMG is often favored for its ease of use and low recoil, making it a popular choice for close-quarter combat situations. Its compact size also makes it ideal for use in urban environments or tight spaces where larger firearms may not be practical.

Overall, the Uzi SMG and its receiver have become iconic symbols of firearms design and have been widely used by military and law enforcement units around the world.


The Uzi submachine gun uses an open-bolt, blowback-operated design that is similar to other submachine guns such as the Sa 26 series. The open bolt design helps with cooling during continuous firing, but can make the gun more susceptible to dirt and sand. The Uzi uses a telescoping bolt design that allows the barrel to move further back into the receiver and the magazine to be housed in the pistol grip. This makes the weapon shorter and better balanced.

The Uzi is made primarily from stamped sheet metal, which makes it less expensive to manufacture than other designs made from forgings. It has relatively few moving parts, making it easy to maintain and repair. The magazine is housed in the pistol grip, which makes it easy to reload in dark or difficult conditions. The pistol grip also has a grip safety to prevent accidental firing. However, the vertical magazine can make it awkward to fire when prone. The Uzi also features a bayonet lug.

Technical Information


In service 1954–present
Designer Uziel Gal
Designed 1950
Manufacturer Israel Military Industries
Israel Weapon Industries
Licensed by:
FN Herstal
Z111 Factory
Lyttleton Engineering Works
Group Industries
Produced 1950–present
No. built 10,000,000+
Variants See Variants
Mass 3.5 kg (7.72 lb)
Length 445 mm (17.5 in) stockless
470 mm (18.5 in) folding stock collapsed
640 mm (25 in) folding stock extended
Barrel length 260 mm (10.2 in)
Cartridge .22 LR
.41 AE
.45 ACP
9×19mm Parabellum
9×21mm IMI
Action Blowback, open bolt
Rate of fire 600 rounds/min
950 rounds/min Mini Uzi
1200–1500 rounds/min Micro Uzi
Muzzle velocity 400 m/s (1,300 ft/s) (9mm)
Effective firing range 200 m
Feed system 10-round box magazine (.22 and .41 AE)
12-, 16-, or 22-round box (.45 ACP)
20-, 25-, 32-, 40-, or 50-round box (9×19mm Parabellum)
Sights Iron sights




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