The Uzi Submachine Gun Paperback / softback
by Chris McNab
Illustrated by Johnny Shumate, Alan Gilliland
Part of the Weapon series
The Uzi submachine gun is one of the most recognizable weapons in history.
Its familiarity stems in part from the sheer diversity of its users.
Uzis have been seen being wielded and fired by US Secret Service agents and SWAT teams, Israeli soldiers, European special-forces, as well as criminals and terrorists the world over.
The reasons they use the Uzi are simple - it provides devastating close-range firepower in a reliable, highly compact weapon.
Weapon: The Uzi Submachine Gun tells the story of this unique weapon.
It not only explores the gun's technical development and specifications, but also describes the and analyzes Uzi's combat use in a wide range of contexts, from Israeli soldiers battling on the Golan Heights in 1967, through to modern pirates operating off the coast of Somalia.
This book presents the facts and challenges the myths surrounding this remarkable weapon.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 80 pages, 20 b/w; 43 col
- Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Publication Date: 07/11/2011
- Category: Military history
- ISBN: 9781849085434