Difference between revisions of "Talk:Micro Uzi"

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==Mac-10==
 
==Mac-10==
 
I'm wondering what's the difference between this gun and the Mac-10? They look exactly the same except for something on the top of the Micro which the Mac lacks. Other than that the other difference I see between the renditions is the amount of ammo-per-clip it holds. --''[[User talk:GTA4PC|GTA 4 PC]]'' 21:19, 8 January 2009 (UTC)
 
I'm wondering what's the difference between this gun and the Mac-10? They look exactly the same except for something on the top of the Micro which the Mac lacks. Other than that the other difference I see between the renditions is the amount of ammo-per-clip it holds. --''[[User talk:GTA4PC|GTA 4 PC]]'' 21:19, 8 January 2009 (UTC)
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:The Micro-Uzi is manufactured by Israel Weapon Industries (formerly Israel Military Industries) of Desert Eagle and Galil fame, and was designed as a smaller version of the Mini-Uzi.  The MAC-10 was manufactured at the Military Armament Corporation (MAC) in Powder Springs, Georgia for use by troops in Vietnam as a substitute for the M-16A1 or the M-14 battle rifle.  They are different weapons from different manufacturers.

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Shouldn't this article talk about what games the gun has appeared in, where to find it, and damage compared to others in the class? Rather then real life information from wikipedia.--Allurade Dendra 21:40, 28 October 2008 (UTC)

Mac-10

I'm wondering what's the difference between this gun and the Mac-10? They look exactly the same except for something on the top of the Micro which the Mac lacks. Other than that the other difference I see between the renditions is the amount of ammo-per-clip it holds. --GTA 4 PC 21:19, 8 January 2009 (UTC)

The Micro-Uzi is manufactured by Israel Weapon Industries (formerly Israel Military Industries) of Desert Eagle and Galil fame, and was designed as a smaller version of the Mini-Uzi. The MAC-10 was manufactured at the Military Armament Corporation (MAC) in Powder Springs, Georgia for use by troops in Vietnam as a substitute for the M-16A1 or the M-14 battle rifle. They are different weapons from different manufacturers.