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9mm' and serial number '83255' with manufacture date of 2/61 (February 1961) together with the manufacturers mark 'IMI' (Israel Military Industries).
Deactivated to New Specification the weapon has a moving top cocking lever which pulls back against spring tension but does not lock, top cover can be removed to reveal the inside and top cover spring housing, the trigger and grip release work, the safety catch is locked in the fire position only.
Fully strippable, working 'action' moving parts and dry fires. This is a very rare limited manufactured L1A1, complete with its original SUIT sight.
The stock is fitted with sling swivel, nicely stamped on the left side with 'MP UZI Kal.A very difficult HMG to obtain, especially being a fluted jacket example, excellent example for the discerning collector.A nice pair of Belgian Sea-Service flintlocks, 14 bore, in very good condition, size approximately 15 half inches in length each with 9 inch barrels, full stocked with regulation brass mounts and lanyard rings.Without such a certificate, it is illegal to sell or to offer for sale or to give or exchange such deactivated weapons.In the case of mortars, flare pistols, grenade launchers, rocket launchers etc.
Points on the terms 'Old' and 'New' Specification Deactivation.