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| name = Micro SMG
 
| name = Micro SMG
 
| image = MicroSMG-GTAV.png
 
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| games = ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto Vice City|GTA Vice City]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto Advance|GTA Advance]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars|GTA Chinatown Wars]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto V]]''
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| games = ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto Vice City|GTA Vice City]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto Advance|GTA Advance]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars|GTA Chinatown Wars]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto V]]
| slot = Sub-machine gun
 
| damage = Medium
 
| ammo = 25 rounds <small>(GTA III)</small><br>30 rounds <small>(VC, LCS & VCS)</small><br>50 rounds <small>(SA, CW & GTA IV)</small><br>16 rounds ''(30 w/ Extended Clip)'' <small>(GTA V)</small>
 
| weight = Medium <small>(VC, LCS & VCS)</small><br>Light <small>(all other versions)</small>
 
 
| caption = Micro SMG in [[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]]
 
| caption = Micro SMG in [[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]]
 
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{{q|Extremely popular on the streets.|GTA Vice City Website.}}
 
{{q|Extremely popular on the streets.|GTA Vice City Website.}}
   
The '''Micro SMG''' is a [[Sub Machine Gun]] featured in every game in the series since ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]''. It is known as simply '''Uzi''' in GTA III; in GTA: Vice City it is called '''Uzi 9mm''' on the original [[PlayStation 2]] version and '''Uz-I''' on all other versions, and GTA Advance. In all other games it is referred to as '''Micro SMG'''.
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The '''Micro SMG''' is a [[Sub Machine Gun]] featured in every game in the series since ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]''. It is known as simply '''Uzi''' in GTA III; in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|GTA: Vice City]] it is called '''Uzi 9mm''' on the original [[PlayStation 2]] version and '''Uz-I''' on all other versions, and [[Grand Theft Auto Advance|GTA Advance]]. In all other games it is referred to as '''Micro SMG'''.
   
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
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In [[GTA: San Andreas]] the model has two magazines taped together for easier reloads. The Micro SMG shares the same skill slot as the [[Tec-9]]. When Hitman skill level is reached, it can be dual wielded, doubling the player's round count to 100. This sub-machine gun is more commonly used by the [[Ballas]], [[Varrios Los Aztecas]] and [[Da Nang Boys]] gang members in [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]].
 
In [[GTA: San Andreas]] the model has two magazines taped together for easier reloads. The Micro SMG shares the same skill slot as the [[Tec-9]]. When Hitman skill level is reached, it can be dual wielded, doubling the player's round count to 100. This sub-machine gun is more commonly used by the [[Ballas]], [[Varrios Los Aztecas]] and [[Da Nang Boys]] gang members in [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]].
   
In [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], the Micro SMG has a 50-round magazine capacity (even though the model shows the dimensions of a 32-round magazine). The weapon has a very limited range, about equal to the [[Pistol]], and will kill multiplayer enemies with about 5 headshots or 10-15 bodyshots. It is probably the weakest weapon in the game, and is only used because of its incredible rate of fire, which makes it a lethal weapon in close quarter combat and the best weapon available for drive-bys.
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In [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], the Micro SMG has a 50-round magazine capacity (even though the model shows the dimensions of a 32-round magazine). The weapon has a very limited range, about equal to the [[Pistol]], and will kill multiplayer enemies with about 5 headshots or 10-15 bodyshots. It is probably the weakest weapon in the game, and is only used because of[[File:Micro-SMG-weapon-disassembly-GTAV.png|thumb|Micro-SMG striped apart poster at [[Ammu-Nation]] in GTA V.]] its incredible rate of fire, which makes it a lethal weapon in close quarter combat and the best weapon available for drive-bys.
   
 
In [[Grand Theft Auto V]], the Micro SMG only has a magazine capacity of 16 rounds (which can be extended to 30 rounds). The weapon has a high fire rate, but low damage and accuracy. Its reputation as a drive-by weapon still stands, but the [[AP Pistol]] is far superior as it has a larger magazine, faster rate of fire, greater overall power, and uses the extremely common pistol ammunition. It also excels at decimating enemies on the move, but is outclassed by most SMGs. Unlike previous models, it always features a permanent foregrip.
 
In [[Grand Theft Auto V]], the Micro SMG only has a magazine capacity of 16 rounds (which can be extended to 30 rounds). The weapon has a high fire rate, but low damage and accuracy. Its reputation as a drive-by weapon still stands, but the [[AP Pistol]] is far superior as it has a larger magazine, faster rate of fire, greater overall power, and uses the extremely common pistol ammunition. It also excels at decimating enemies on the move, but is outclassed by most SMGs. Unlike previous models, it always features a permanent foregrip.
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
===In-game model===
 
===In-game model===
 
 
<center>
 
<center>
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
Image:MicroUzi-GTA3.png|[[GTA III]].
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MicroUzi-GTA3.png|[[GTA III]].
Image:MicroSMG-GTAVC.png|[[GTA Vice City]].
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MicroSMG-GTAVC.png|[[GTA Vice City]].
screenshot1.jpg
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MicroUzi-GTASA.png|[[GTA San Andreas]]. Note the two magazines taped together.
Image:MicroUzi-GTASA.png|[[GTA San Andreas]]. Note the two magazines taped together.
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MicroSMG-GTAVCS.png|[[GTA Liberty City Stories]] and [[GTA Vice City Stories]].
Image:MicroSMG-GTAVCS.png|[[GTA Liberty City Stories]] and [[GTA Vice City Stories]].
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MicroUzi-GTA4.png|[[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]].
Image:MicroUzi-GTA4.png|[[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]].
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MicroUzi-WithoutMagazine-GTAIV.png
 
MicroSMG-GTAV.png|[[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]].
 
MicroSMG-GTAV.png|[[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]].
MicroUzi-WithoutMagazine-GTAIV.jpg|The Micro Uzi in Little Jacob's weapon stash in GTA IV
 
GangWar-GTAV.jpg|[[Franklin]] [[Drive-By Shooting|shooting]] [[Ballas (HD Universe)|Ballas]] while driving a green modified [[Manana]] in GTA V.
 
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
 
</center>
 
</center>
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==Screenshots==
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<gallery>
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screenshot1.jpg
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MicroUzi-WithoutMagazine-GTAIV.jpg|The Micro Uzi in [[Little Jacob]]'s weapon stash in GTA IV
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GangWar-GTAV.jpg|[[Franklin]] [[Drive-By Shooting|shooting]] [[Ballas (HD Universe)|Ballas]] while driving a green modified [[Manana]] in GTA V.
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</gallery>
   
 
===HUD icons===
 
===HUD icons===
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Micro-Uzi-GTAIV-icon.png|GTA IV.
 
Micro-Uzi-GTAIV-icon.png|GTA IV.
 
MICRO-UZI-GTACW-icon.PNG|GTA Chinatown Wars.
 
MICRO-UZI-GTACW-icon.PNG|GTA Chinatown Wars.
Uzi-GTAV-icon.jpg|[[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA V]].
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Uzi-GTAV-icon.png|Grand Theft Auto V
 
</gallery></center>
 
</gallery></center>
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* The full-sized Uzi was originally intended to be featured in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. Beta screenshots of the game show the [[Grove Street Families]] gang members perform a drive-by with the beta appearance of [[Big Smoke]], [[Sweet]] and possibly [[Ryder]] or [[Big Bear]]. The gun was left out for unknown reasons although the animation for it from GTA Vice City was used for the [[MP5]], when fired. The final version of the game features a Micro Uzi instead. As seen on certain screenshots, [[CJ]] can be seen dual-wielding the gun, suggesting that it would share it's skill level with the [[TEC-9]] and the Micro Uzi.
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* The full-sized Uzi was originally intended to be featured in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. Beta screenshots of the game show the [[Grove Street Families]] gang members perform a drive-by with the beta appearance of [[Big Smoke]], [[Sweet]] and possibly [[Ryder]] or [[Big Bear]]. The gun was left out for unknown reasons although the animation for it from GTA Vice City was used for the [[MP5]], when fired. The final version of the game features a Micro Uzi instead. As seen on certain screenshots, [[CJ]] can be seen dual-wielding the gun, suggesting that it would share its skill level with the [[TEC-9]] and the Micro Uzi.
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*The GTA V rendition of the Micro SMG is actually a Mini Uzi and not the Micro Uzi featured in previous GTA's.
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**The Mini Uzi also appears in ''Max Payne 3'', another Rockstar Games title.
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**This is most likely for legal reasons, as the real world [[Uzi]], is the legal property of IMI.
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* In GTA V, Trevor and Franklin will always fire the Micro-SMG from the hip unless the Scope attachment is bought. Michael, however, will always properly shoulder the gun, even without the scope.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 15:34, July 31, 2014

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Micro SMG
MicroSMG-GTAV

Micro SMG in GTA V

Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto III
GTA Vice City
GTA Advance
GTA San Andreas
GTA Liberty City Stories
GTA Vice City Stories
Grand Theft Auto IV
GTA Chinatown Wars
Grand Theft Auto V
"Extremely popular on the streets."
— GTA Vice City Website.

The Micro SMG is a Sub Machine Gun featured in every game in the series since Grand Theft Auto III. It is known as simply Uzi in GTA III; in GTA: Vice City it is called Uzi 9mm on the original PlayStation 2 version and Uz-I on all other versions, and GTA Advance. In all other games it is referred to as Micro SMG.

DescriptionEdit

In GTA Vice City, GTA Liberty City Stories and GTA Vice City Stories, the Micro SMG takes the appearance of the full-sized IMI Uzi. In GTA V a smaller variant appears, the Mini Uzi. In GTA III, GTA Advance, GTA San Andreas, GTA IV and GTA Chinatown Wars, the Micro Uzi appears instead, an even smaller version that lacks a stock.

The GTA III version of the weapon features an orange tip on the muzzle, a feature usually reserved for toy weapons. This might imply that Ammu-Nation paint the muzzles of its Micro Uzis before selling them. Since real life criminals often disguise their weapons by painting the muzzle orange, that explanation might be legitimate. It is a weapon of choice for the Yakuza, Southside Hoods and Colombian Cartel.

In Vice City, the Vercetti Gang carry Micro SMGs after the end of the game's storyline. The Micro SMG is also the starting weapon for the players after the regular pistol when advancing from the first points of the games.

In GTA: San Andreas the model has two magazines taped together for easier reloads. The Micro SMG shares the same skill slot as the Tec-9. When Hitman skill level is reached, it can be dual wielded, doubling the player's round count to 100. This sub-machine gun is more commonly used by the Ballas, Varrios Los Aztecas and Da Nang Boys gang members in San Andreas.

In Grand Theft Auto IV, the Micro SMG has a 50-round magazine capacity (even though the model shows the dimensions of a 32-round magazine). The weapon has a very limited range, about equal to the Pistol, and will kill multiplayer enemies with about 5 headshots or 10-15 bodyshots. It is probably the weakest weapon in the game, and is only used because of
Micro-SMG-weapon-disassembly-GTAV

Micro-SMG striped apart poster at Ammu-Nation in GTA V.

its incredible rate of fire, which makes it a lethal weapon in close quarter combat and the best weapon available for drive-bys.

In Grand Theft Auto V, the Micro SMG only has a magazine capacity of 16 rounds (which can be extended to 30 rounds). The weapon has a high fire rate, but low damage and accuracy. Its reputation as a drive-by weapon still stands, but the AP Pistol is far superior as it has a larger magazine, faster rate of fire, greater overall power, and uses the extremely common pistol ammunition. It also excels at decimating enemies on the move, but is outclassed by most SMGs. Unlike previous models, it always features a permanent foregrip.

Customization (GTA V)Edit

AttachmentsEdit

  • Flashlight (provides ilumination when aiming) - $475
  • Scope (mid-range zoom, slightly increases accuracy) - $1372
  • Supressor (silences but slightly reduces damage and range) - $1937

CapacityEdit

  • Default clip (16 rounds) - Equipped by default
  • Rounds (32 rounds) - $20
  • Extended clip (30 rounds) - $342

ColorsEdit

  • Black (default) - Equipped by default
  • Army Tint (Desert sand) - $100
  • LSPD Tint (Metallic Blue) - $600

Locations Edit

GTA IIIEdit

GTA Vice City Edit

GTA AdvanceEdit

  • Available to purchase from Ammu-Nation for $800.
  • Spawns near every safehouses after collecting 20 Hidden Packages.
MicroUzi-LocationsMap-GTASA

Micro Uzi's locations map

GTA San AndreasEdit

GTA Liberty City Stories Edit

GTA Vice City Stories Edit

GTA IVEdit

The Micro Uzi can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops after the mission Do You Have Protection? for $1,200 and each additional magazine costs $100. It can be purchased from Little Jacob for $840 and each additional magazine will cost $20. The Uzi has minimal range and poor stopping power, but it has an extremely fast rate of fire and a 50 round magazine, making it the best weapon in the game for drive-bys or car chases because you can just spray without having to reload.

GTA: Chinatown WarsEdit

  • Can be bought from AmmuNation.net for $350 after the mission Pimp His Ride.
  • Can be found in numerious red dumsters around the city.
  • Receivable from any gang member.

GTA VEdit

  • Occasionally, some Ballas gangsters roaming around Davis will be carrying the Micro-SMG.

GalleryEdit

In-game modelEdit

ScreenshotsEdit

HUD iconsEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The full-sized Uzi was originally intended to be featured in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Beta screenshots of the game show the Grove Street Families gang members perform a drive-by with the beta appearance of Big Smoke, Sweet and possibly Ryder or Big Bear. The gun was left out for unknown reasons although the animation for it from GTA Vice City was used for the MP5, when fired. The final version of the game features a Micro Uzi instead. As seen on certain screenshots, CJ can be seen dual-wielding the gun, suggesting that it would share its skill level with the TEC-9 and the Micro Uzi.
  • The GTA V rendition of the Micro SMG is actually a Mini Uzi and not the Micro Uzi featured in previous GTA's.
    • The Mini Uzi also appears in Max Payne 3, another Rockstar Games title.
    • This is most likely for legal reasons, as the real world Uzi, is the legal property of IMI.
  • In GTA V, Trevor and Franklin will always fire the Micro-SMG from the hip unless the Scope attachment is bought. Michael, however, will always properly shoulder the gun, even without the scope.

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