Anybody have a working jig yet?
Going twice. No uzi flat jig plans. I guess I have to ask Santa for one?
Suprised I never saw this post.
If it were me I would do as others suggested, trim off the front section and weld on the front end from your kit.
A member on another forum was offering side plates a long time ago, I successfully welded the front and rear stubs onto mine, which allowed me to keep the IMI crest and Hebrew markings.
what type of welder ( tig or mig) and what type of welding material to get the sheet metal to hold
Sprat and sprat1 are one and the same.
A very old 110V mig welder. Which can also weld aluminum, LOL.
The UZI receivers are pretty darn thick, so it doesn't suprise me that the flats are hard to bend. Will have to measure, but am guessing probably around .065" thick.
The hardest part was splicing on the rear stub and not messing up the ribs and not messing up the serial # and markings. The blocking bar provides a good reinforcement to the whole rear end.
And by the way, UZI top covers are hardened (I'm guessing). Had to use a carbide 1/8" endmill to punch holes thru for the pic rail.
The end of the barrel looked too plain, so I added an HK flash hider.
Was way over on US made parts since I made my own striker set-up. Hardest part was modifying the bolt to semi, the dang firing pin hole took 4 hours to drill after annealing.
haha so no flat bending jig yet. May be time to design one
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The hard part is gonna be the compound bends up front for the trunnion area.
One less person that needs a jig. Good job