As many know, I ordered a Century Intl. Arms semi auto Uzi last week. And this thread is to answer whatever questions you may have about it because there seemed to be a bunch in previous discussions. I plan to pick it up sometime after UPS delivers it to the local FFL tomorrow and pics will follow. I also plan to exchange the folding stock for one of the wooden fixed stocks because I like them better, but that may or may not be in the next few days because I have a lot on my plate and there are some mods to the stock I'll have to do to remain in compliance with NFA reg's and I may not have time to fit it to the receiver right off the bat. I will do a quick function check with the gun straight out of the box (no nothing done to it) just to check how it's going to work. I'm going to take some lube with me, but I'm not using it unless I absolutely have to. Mostly because I want to see how reliable it's going to be in less than optimal conditions and with less attention than I would normally give one. I don't really expect it to run very well with the Fed American Eagle 147 gr because of the flat tips due to the bullet itself and if it does I'll be surprised because they don't feed well in anything I have unless it has a single stack magazine (which the uzi isn't), and I also don't know how it's going to run with the hard primer TULA ammo either, but there's only 1 way to find out. I also am going to run some Georgia Arms 147 gr round nose and some RN Remmy UMC 115's just so I will test a variety of different bullets and weights and styles to see if it dislikes anything. I don't have a front sight tool, but I may be able to adjust them with a pair of bent nose pliers if they're off real bad. I'm checking more for function than groups, but with any luck, with about 250 rounds of ammo to test, I may be able to take care of both.