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Old June 22, 2004, 10:51 AM   #1
Byron Quick
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I have a selective fire Uzi in 9mm. The receiver is registered. The only thing that has kept me from getting the .45ACP conversion is that the only magazines available are 16 rounds. Why IMI did that, I will never understand.

If AWB sunsets, I'm calling Vector with these suggestions:
1) Make .45ACP Uzi magazines with at least a 25 round capacity if not 30 rounds.
2) Make a 10mm conversion kit, ditto on the magazines.
3) Make a 9X23 conversion kit, ditto on the magazines.
I'm looking into the feasibility of doing the 9X23 conversion myself.
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Old December 7, 2004, 12:54 AM   #2
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just a thought bud but a 40 cal s&w conversion would be easier and the mags may only require i different sized follower as the OAL of the rounds are nearly the same
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Old December 7, 2004, 10:49 AM   #3
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There is a guy who makes a grip frame conversion for the Uzi that will accept Greasegun mags. IIRC its about $300 for the new grip frame. Post a WTB ad on Sturmgewehr and I'm sure you'll get a reply.
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