POTD: The New Uzi Pro

    POTD: The New Uzi Pro

    It’s time for some more UZI in TFB’s Photo Of The Day article series with some very clean Uzi Pro product photos taken by Jeremy Tremp of Offensive Marketing Group (used with permission).

    POTD: The New Uzi Pro

    Or would you like one with a brace instead? POTD: The New Uzi Pro

    From IWI USA’s Homepage:

    Evolution of the iconic UZI SMG

    • More ease-of-use, reliability and accuracy
    • Light-weight, compact and concealable
    • Looks like an UZI, shoots like a rifle!

    The new UZI PRO Sub-Machine Gun (SMG) is based on the legendary UZI design of 65 years ago but has since been transformed with modern materials and advanced technological features.  Today, a new short and compact version comes in an ultra-modern ergonomic design offering better control, more safety and maximum accuracy.

    The UZI PRO is the latest evolution featuring the most advanced firearms technologies. It transforms the UZI weapon through new modern polymers, MIL-STD 1913 (Picatinny) rails, an ergonomic shoulder stock, and a foldable hand grip, to deliver the SMG of tomorrow.

    The new SMG, based on the Israeli Special Forces battle-proven experience, has been redesigned to be lighter but still concealable. All the new developments were realized without compromising the functionality and reliability of the legendary UZI.

    Since its early deployment, the UZI, one of the world’s most iconic weapons continues to uphold the technological standards of the 21st century. Originally in service in 1956, the UZI was adopted as a frontline weapon by the IDF Elite Forces who favored its reliability, compact size and firepower. Since then over 2 million units have been sold worldwide.

    The popular Mini and Micro UZI versions were developed for Special Units, Law Enforcement Agencies, and Elite Police units specializing in Close Quarters Battle (CQB).

    POTD: The New Uzi Pro

    Very soon we’ll take a look at the new Uzi Pro with SilencerCo Omega 9k suppressor, Aimpoint T2 Red Dot and an Inforce Wild 2. Stay tuned!