A sub-machine gun known to survivors as the Uzi although it bears more of a resemblance to the Micro Uzi. Called the Mini Uzis, these automatic secondary weapons can be quite lethal to use on the battlefield.
It's extremely difficult for manufacturers to increase the capabilities of many survivors' secondary weapons. Their primary is often extremely heavy and takes up lots of space - this leads to lightweight weapons like pint-sized revolvers and knives being common staples of an arsenal.
However, after some surveys, R-Brain Hardwork found that more secondary ranged weapons were required for survivors. To find a way to fix this, all they had to do was look at their most important resource - old blueprints whose origin is unknown.
A few weeks later, after some preliminary testing with only a single Uzi, they found that its weight remained insignificant - due to their company keeping in line with their philosophy. Lightweight weapons, low-quality materials, lower prices for the survivors.
They could deviate from the norm, perhaps, and make a weapon that felt better in the hand, enhancing performance. That could work.
Attachments could add some extra weight and extra functionality to boot. Possibly.
How about two of them?
Yes, that seems better.
- This weapon has primary weapon-like capabilities, treat it as such.
- Despite being labelled as having 520 RPM (a slow fire rate for a normal SMG), keep in mind that this isn't a weapon to be trigger happy with.
- This is because the stats only count one of the Uzis, other than range, accuracy and ammunition which both of the Uzis use at once.
- Surprisingly, this weapon works fairly well at range and is decently accurate as well.
- Firing in continuous bursts can help you conserve ammo a bit better.
- When you are not near an Ammo Station, it is important to aim for the head or else you might run out and be left with too many zombies.
- It is recommended that you bring armor that gives extra ammunition if you plan to use this often due to the fact that ammo runs out fairly quickly.
- If you consider bringing a Minigun for long rounds like Arena, bringing the Mini Uzis as a backup weapon might be a good idea if you run out of rounds.
- This has slightly higher total damage (2,016) than the Steyr M (1,980), so this will server you better in Boss rounds compared to the Steyr M.
- Don't forget you can deal damage a lot faster, due to its high DPS, which is the key to killing bosses.
- Quick Reload
- High Magazine Ammo
- High DPS
- High Rate of Fire
- Low Damage
- Low Reserve Ammo
- High Ranked
- No Attachments
- Reloading sound added.
- Rank changed from 30 to 43.
- Damage changed from 26 to 28.
- This is a returning weapon from R2D 2014.
- Back then, it was a single gun and not dual-wielded, while also being a primary weapon.
- The model resembles the Micro Uzi, an automatic variant of the Uzi Pistol, more than the standard Uzi Sub-Machine Gun.
- This is the third sub-machine gun in R2DA.
- The first ever dual-wielded weapon in R2DA.
- Despite this being two Uzis, it's labelled as having a rather slow rate of fire.
- These combined actually fire at a single real-life Uzi's RPM.
- This means that they each fire at half a real-life counterpart's RPM.
- This is the first automatic firearm to be a secondary.
- The firing sound is from the Remington 700 or AK-47 but has a higher pitch.
- Despite its name, it's actually a Micro Uzi not a Mini Uzi.