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    Pictures of BWE work.


    Full Size, Katsar, and Mini Uzi.


    SMG Uzi with .22LR conversion kit and suppressor.


    Three full size SMG Uzis I rebuilt.


    S&W 76 / MK760 Extractors after Heat Treating.


    Uzi 3 Lug Barrel Being Machined.
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    Those are great, Richard! Do you have any Micro pics?
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    I have some Micro parts? Micro Parts page What did you need?
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    Nice.
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    I personally Met Richard and held that Katsar. It's amazing!! I believe it's a rear section of a full size Uzi and the front section of a mini Uzi morphed together?



    Quote Originally Posted by Helmax View Post
    That Katsar is very interesting. That's the first time I've ever heard of one. Were these originally produced or custom? Very nice work and thanks for the inspiration, I believe I may just build one of those instead of the mini I'm planning. Kind of the "reverse stretch" concept of the mp5. Compact size, max stock options.

    I'll be doing business with you soon, excellent work!

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    that Katsar is very very interesting.
    I've seen the opposite done before where the front is kept full size and the rear end done up to mini specs.




    Your engraving is top notch as well. People that have shot my sbr thompson always ask "how did he make it look just like the regular font on it".

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    If any thread on UT needed a "Like" button, this would be the top of the list. That's some great looking stuff.

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    My Micro Uzi with a MAC 9mm Suppressor.
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    Beautiful! Thanks, I was just looking for a nice pic of a Micro UZI and that one is the best I've seen.
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    When are you making tungsten bolts for the micro Uzi so we can have a 600 RPM ROF?
    If it doesn't splatter, shatter, burst, boing or explode, it's not worth shooting. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by strobro32 View Post
    When are you making tungsten bolts for the micro Uzi so we can have a 600 RPM ROF?
    I would like to slow the Micro down. That thing just screams.
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