The SATR system has more than 350 emulations and had around 200 different weapons emulations. The weapons are categorized into four classes:
Today we feature the Uzi emulation.
We recommend using the Spitfire model when simulating an Uzi.
The Uzi is good if you are running modern urban live-plays and what a SMG.
Listen to the Uzi's features, click here
Here are the Gaming Gun Specifications
The UZI submachine gun features a 25 shot magazine, is capable of fully automatic and semiautomatic fire, has a short-range, has 8 spare magazines of 9mm Parabellum ammunition and takes 3 seconds to reload.
The UZI was designed in Israel by namesake Uziel Gal and manufactured by IMI. The UZI has been adopted by police and military of more than 90 countries, including Israel, Germany, and Belgium.
A Spitfire configured as an UZI would normally be short range. But you may want to use the range over-ride, in other words when you boot up the Spitfire set it to long-range. Otherwise, its range will be ultra-short. Effectively double short-range; one from the SATR electronics range reduction and one from the limitations of the short focal length on the 40mm lens.