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electric UZI RBG
a working full auto (electric) RBG version of the famous UZI. has detachable magazines as well...
About this creation
Of all of the sub-machine guns that there are, the standard UZI has to be one of my faivorate. im not entirely sure why, but i found this gun way more fun than my MP5.
this version of the gun is obviously not a lethal version, but (without any RBs on it) it definately looks the part.

watch a video of it here

the gun works as follows: you load the RBs onto the back wheel, and then pull the trigger. doing this presses the on button on one of the old-type 9v battery cases (that holds a 9v battery, not lots of AAs). this is connectet to a motor, which is connected to a wrom gear, which eventually connects to the back gear. using the worm gear means that the back cog cant turn the motor by its self, the motor has to turn the gear.
the axle on which the worm gear is situated is also connected to the barrel at the front, so that while you are loading, you can twist the barrel and manually rotate the back gear backwards to load more bands, as the motor can only turn the gear forwards.

the gun also has detachable magazines, i made 3 (2 black, 1 grey), as its more fun. see the video for more info on them.

the gun

the gun, clip removed

the gun and all 3 clips

how the clips stay in place

trigger and guard

back of the gun (unloaded)

back of the gun (loaded, 20 RBs)

another view (loaded)

RBs hooked onto the charging handle

the gun dismantled into 2 pieces (top and bottom) so you can see how it works

me holding the gun

and one last look at the UZI

well, i hope you liked it!
tell me what you think


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  June 6, 2015
waht is motor and battery box name?
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  June 6, 2015
can you send a instruction to
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  August 21, 2012
This is a really cool design. You should see my version. It is based off your AKS-74u, but actually shoots bricks. But I REALLY like your creations and I am a big fan of yours. Here is my page: Just look at my Uzi if you have the time. Don't worry, I'm not the 100th person asking for instructions.
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  May 17, 2012
Please send me instructions of all your weapons I Love your weapons My e-mail is:
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  April 1, 2011
Please send instructions to
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  February 19, 2011
please send instructions to
Jack Streat
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Jake Pillar
  January 23, 2011
Wow, im amazed. And did u know that it is also called SMG?
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  November 5, 2010
hey,can u give a instructions i want it here my email
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  March 21, 2010
hehe nice!
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  December 13, 2009
what form of motor did you use, does it come from the Power Functions set?
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  March 6, 2009
Beautiful! Very smooth and professional looking. I love the full auto capability. ~Brickfan93
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  November 25, 2008
to hoang phong: no, as the elastic bands either pulled the wheel too quickly, slowly, or not at an even rate... and anyway, this wont be kept built for long as ill build something else, even if this mechanism would damage the worm gear.
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  November 24, 2008
Very nice gun,congratulations,you've made the most famous(beside the Thompson m1921 and MP5a5) SubMachine gun. Also extreme good that its fully automatic. Would you please review my UZI,and some other guns?
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