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Old 02-24-2010, 12:07 PM
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Default Vector Mini UZI any good ?

I am thinking of buying the Vector mini UZI but not sure if it is reliable and how to make it CA compliant ? Please let me know .

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They're good, but if you're running it as a rifle (which I assume, since you're in the rifleman's forum), I would go with the full size. Pistol = mini (though we can dream bout micros!)

There are bullet buttons available.
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They're good, but if you're running it as a rifle (which I assume, since you're in the rifleman's forum), I would go with the full size. Pistol = mini (though we can dream bout micros!)

There are bullet buttons available.
I have a mini-uzi, I like better than my buddies full size but we dont have the issues pointed out from aplinker. Both of ours are FA class3 but if I was in your shoes Id still get the mini.

The mini has a comp'd barrel and is a bit lighter, the full sized has a better stock if you go with the wood ones.

Oh, Vector makes a nice host, mine is a IMI action arms/SWD bolt setup.
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Old 02-25-2010, 6:13 AM
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Default mini UZI

I have a Group Industries full size . It didn't eject out all the way . The shell stucked in between the bolt and receiver . Mini UZI is cool looking too.
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Check out http://www.prkarms.org/ for all of your Vector Uzi needs.
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This is one of the few guns I'd never buy if I couldn't get it in full auto (which i can't). It looks awesome - love the look of it but what good would it be with semi auto and ten rounds. Useless. I can't imagine they're very accurate so all you wind up with is a big heavy pistol that doesn't do what it was supposed to do......spray.

Still, love to look at 'em.
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I have mini's in stock as well. They are pretty cool. The grip safetys cann sometimes be a pain.
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