This page needs a picture of the real Micro SMG or GTA San Andreas. --Montybrady 04:40, 15 July 2009 (UTC)
Not really. It does not appear in San Andreas, although it was sceduled to.--Chimpso 04:41, 15 July 2009 (UTC)
Actually, there is a Micro SMG in San Andreas. It looks like a MAC-10, and can be dual-wielded. If there is another page with this weapon, can you include it? --Montybrady 08:55, 15 July 2009 (UTC)
The weapon with the name "Micro-SMG" in GTA:SA is like "Micro-Uzi"; is not a Micro-SMG. In adition, in Beta version there was a real Micro-SMG.
I have a question. ¿What is the weapon there are in GTA:CW? ¿Micro-SMG or Micro-Uzi? The same weapon appear in two articles, and is only one. --_CuBaN_VeRcEttI_ 14:49, November 22, 2009 (UTC)
Neither of those UZIs are Micro UZIs. I believe both are full-size UZIs with a (should be) cylic rate of 600 RPM. They arent Mini-UZIs either which would justify a 950 Cylic rate.PIEYE 00:15, February 9, 2010 (UTC)
Let me rephrase that. Neither the GTA: SA UZI Nor the GTA:4 BOGT gold UZI are Micro UZIs. The UZI in GTA 4 is a micro UZI with a lowered rate of fire.PIEYE 00:15, February 9, 2010 (UTC)
What's the deal with the Stock?
I've been seeing a few variations of the weapon's stock depending on what the player is doing and how they're using it. For starters, the model itself, when I spawned it in the players hand for the infobox images, has the stock seemingly folded away, but in several screenshots the player is seen with the stock extended out. Anyways, today I captured a few images of NPCs using the weapon in Vehicle Cargo steal missions....and the stock is again folded away.