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    I do not have any. You can make one from a full size cover plate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BWE Firearms View Post
    I do not have any. You can make one from a full size cover plate.
    I ordered a plate from RobertRTG.
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    Sir, my Group Industries FA has an ever so slight play in the ejector. What do you recommend for repair? Thank you, BMO6.

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    Reset the existing rivet or have the ejector re-riveted.
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    Issue Solved

    Solved my Issues. Thanks.
    Last edited by Lungs; 11-05-2019 at 06:12 PM. Reason: Solved the issue

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    If you are having weak ejection or fails to eject in your Uzi SMG this might help.

    http://youtu.be/HMmnUMtwu1A
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    Great video Richard.

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    Thank you!
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    Hi
    Who ships abroad?

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    We do not ship outside the United States.
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    Hi Richard,

    Can you inform me of the nominal inside width of the uzi and its upper and lower tolerance please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 124NATO View Post
    Hi Richard,

    Can you inform me of the nominal inside width of the uzi and its upper and lower tolerance please.
    The width of the inside of the Uzi receiver is between 32.8mm-33mm.
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    Old Style Vs. New style fire control parts.

    http://youtu.be/C-kwdhJVMGg

    SMG Uzi Disassembly.

    https://youtu.be/V3CSJ2mWumo

    SMG Uzi Assembly.

    https://youtu.be/LJmlAIq3k-0

    Grip frame disassembly/reassembly

    https://youtu.be/R1GE8LKhU7U
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    Hi Richard, ive been watching your YouTube videos and they are a huge help. Ive also have been ordering from you and you have fantastic service.Would you have the dimensions of the jig you made?

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    Hi, Richard,
    I appreciate this thread. Now I have a question for you. I'm not sure how this Forum works, but I didn't see this thread until tonight, so I already posted this same inquiry yesterday under the heading "IMI SMG Barrel Markings." I may be rebuked for repeating it here, but it essentially is this: I'm looking for an original IMI Uzi SMG barrel and have found a couple with no markings whatsoever - shouldn't a real Israeli barrel be marked in some way? I don't want to buy a pig in the poke if I can avoid it. FYI, my gun was originally converted by Fleming, then Murray Urbach brought it up to full SMG specs, using a Sarco SMG barrel (which Sarco told me was original IMI, but it likewise has no markings so I'm suspicious.)
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvb View Post
    Hi, Richard,
    I appreciate this thread. Now I have a question for you. I'm not sure how this Forum works, but I didn't see this thread until tonight, so I already posted this same inquiry yesterday under the heading "IMI SMG Barrel Markings." I may be rebuked for repeating it here, but it essentially is this: I'm looking for an original IMI Uzi SMG barrel and have found a couple with no markings whatsoever - shouldn't a real Israeli barrel be marked in some way? I don't want to buy a pig in the poke if I can avoid it. FYI, my gun was originally converted by Fleming, then Murray Urbach brought it up to full SMG specs, using a Sarco SMG barrel (which Sarco told me was original IMI, but it likewise has no markings so I'm suspicious.)
    Thanks.
    Rover Dave is the one who knows everything about Uzi markings and who made what. I do not, I am a gunsmith and I really don't care who made what so long as they are quality parts made to IMI specs. I can look at a barrel and tell you if it is to IMI specs but I cant tell you who made it. I don't know if IMI actually made their own barrels or if they contracted them out to one of the barrel makers. My barrels are made from IMI original blueprints and are as identical to what IMI originally made to the full size Uzi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by painted black View Post
    Hi Richard, ive been watching your YouTube videos and they are a huge help. Ive also have been ordering from you and you have fantastic service.Would you have the dimensions of the jig you made?
    I do not share the dimensions or any jigs or gauges I make. That is information I choose not to share since it is what I use to make my living.
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