been many little toys and scale replicas that have come out in the past
of the Mini Uzi. Here are all of them that I could find! If you know of
any that are not on this list, please contact me!
- 1/1 SCALE:
KWC Airsoft & BB Gun, current:
There are a lot of branded C02 and airsoft Mini Uzi guns out there and
it is very confusing to know which one is which. From what I know, KWC
came out with the Mini UZI first, in 6mm airsoft and then adapted it to
have anothrt .177 BB version. Later KWC shared the design with Western
Arms and they released their own copy of KWC's airsoft gun, only this
time using a plastic bolt instead of a metal one and a higher quality
piston head to handle the power of the C02, also lowering the FPS to
around 300 FPs to co-incide with Japanese regulations. The Western Arms
gun is built using slightly higher quality materials and better quality
control. The Western Arms mags are perfect clones of the KWC ones, only
they use a valve system for 134a/Green gas instead of requiring a CO2
cartridge. The WA mags dont have the huge brass valve on the bottom, it
only has a small hole for charging the gas. Internally, KWC has a big
metal bolt to handle the power of CO2, while the Western Arms bolt is
There are different versions of the KWC gun. The first version is known
as the non-export version and fires at about 450+ FPS. It is difficult
to get a full magazine's worth of BBs on one Co2 powerlet, especially
on full auto. The newer export version fires at about 360 FPS, and can
easily get through a full mag of BBs even on full auto. The export one
is generally rebranded in the US by Cybergun who is an importer /
rebrander. The export version has been tuned to be much more useable
and solves this problem via a new piston design. KWC also has a new
"updated 2011 model" from KWC which has less fps, but the trigger now
locks when there is no more BBs in the magazine. I believe all of the
Cybergun imports only fire in semi auto but this is easily fixed by
sanding down a small tab on the inside of the receiver and instructions
are readily available on the internet.
Crossman Z-77 BB Gun, 1987 - 1989: Fired .177 cal BBs. Was essentially a P-38 BB gun inside an Uzi
Kokusai Airsoft Gun, 1995: Fired 6mm airsoft BBs.
Echo Electronic Uzi, 1985: Electronic
sounds, lights and smoke coming out of the barrel.
Daisy Model 13 "Shell Ejecting" Softair Gun, 1986 - 1987: Had little
shells that you could fill with a BB. The BB would fire and
you would then cock the charging handle which would eject the empty
shell and load another round. Appears to be the same mould as the Echo.
Crack Shot Uzi Rifle, unknown:
Fired little yellow BBs.
Big Shot Dart Gun, 1985:
Larami Motorized Water Gun, 1985:
Had both electronic machine gun sound and shot repeat bursts of water
up to 30 feet. Fully retractable stock and removable water-holding
Daisy Water Gun, 1984 - 1986: Featured a
mecanical friction rat-a-tat sound and 2 removable water
Radio Shack Water Gun, 1980s:
Battery operated water gun from the 80s that fires from a removable
Larami Sound Gun, 1987: Features a selector switch that chooses between semi and full
automatic sound effects and a removable magazine.
Larami Motorized Cap Gun, unknown:
Same mold as the Larami Sound gun. This one fires off roll caps
automatically like a machine gun.
Friction Sound "Commando" Gun, current: Features a
mechanical friction rat-a-tat sound.
Water Gun Uzi, current: Features
a mecanical friction rat-a-tat sound and 2 removable water holding
magazines. Looks to be a mould of the old Daisy water gun from the 80s.
Misc Water Gun Uzis, unknown:
from an unknown company found on ebay. Has a laser built in.
- 1/3 SCALE:
One off. All metal construction, full functional stock, magazine with
scale bullets, charging mechanism, bolt assembly and ejection.