Zoraki 925 Uzi Replica Full Auto Gun
Zoraki 925 Uzi style replica gun review. Specifications, features and info.
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ZORAKI MOD 925 9MM P.A.K. BLANK GUN REVIEW
Type: Blank Gun.
Manufacturer: Zoraki Atak Arms.
Model:Zoraki MOD 925.
Materials: Metal, Polymere shell.
Weight: 1.8 pounds.
Barrel: Semi plugged - front firing.
Propulsion: Gun powder.
Action: Single action.
Ammunition Type: 9mm P.A.K.
Ammunition Capacity: 16/26 rounds (magazine dependent).
Trigger Pull: The trigger pull is short and smooth, typical of a semi auto action.
Build Quality: The overall build quality of this gun is excellent. The design and materials all seem to be of good quality. I was actually not expecting this gun to be as well built and finished as it was. Inside it has a metal frame based on the MOD 914 Zaraki with an exo-shell made of a polymer type material. It also comes in a very nice hard shell case with cut outs for everything included. (The Zoraki MOD 925 blank gun, 16 round and 26 round extended magazine, cleaning rod, oil bottle, alternate barrel tip, barrel changing tool, and flare adaptor)
Realism: This gun is not supposed to be a replica of any gun in production but it does look a bit like a mini sub machine pistol. The Zoraki 925 looks and feels like a real gun, so make sure to take precautions when using this blank mini machine gun!
Purchased from Wezto.com
In Canada it is one of the few blank guns available for purchase that is not prohibited.
Excellent construction, all metal internal frame with high quality external polymer shell.
Well priced for what you get even at the newer higher pricing.
Magazines interchangeable with the Zoraki MOD 914.
Come with a very nice hard shell case and accessory package.
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Not as readily available in Canada, the US and other areas..
9mm P.A.K. Blank ammo is expensive.
The Zoraki MOD 925 is a sweet full auto machine pistol and if you can find one is a great addition to anyone blank gun collection. When compared to other full auto blank firing machine guns or pistols (Voltran Ekol UZI 9mm P.A.K. Blank Gun / Voltran Jackal air pistol) it is well priced but does not sacrifice in quality!
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Zoraki 925 I have seen on the website of my local arms dealer that the Zoraki 925 is finally out in Germany, BUT I will not buy it, even as it has the exact same price as a Zoraki Glock 917 replica. The reason is not the gun itself, it is the goddamn German law, which forbids automatic weapons, even when it comes to blank guns. Therefore, the auto-fire option on the gun won't do anything, if you have bought your gun in Germany, so you can only use the single fire option here. :( This kills the gun for me, I better keep saving my money for a Zoraki 917. I am not sure about other EU countries, as the EU law says, since last year, that one can buy a blank gun in another EU country and even get it across the border and use it in his own EU country, as long as it complies with the law of the EU country where you have bought it. So, I hope that in other EU countries the auto-fire option works, so that even we in hardcore gunlaw Germany can get the real thing. I see right now that the Zoraki 925 is already availiable in Germany since the beginning of 2021, it's just that my gunstore is late on offering it. Yet, the single-fire only version that we can buy here is and will always be a no go for me.
Uzi style with AR-type reloading? I admit, this is really a very interesting blank gun for me, only because of this. I wish this pistol would also shoot like a real Uzi, you know, pull the trigger and keep your finger on it, so that it just shoots out the 25 rounds like a madman. The only thing that I do not like is the fact that the 25 round magazine is outside of the gun a bit, even as it is loaded correctly, but I know that there is no other way to get 25 rounds into a pistol, so I do not blame the gun for this. Anyway, nice looking and I hope that you can make a video about how to disassemble and reassemble the gun, so we can see how hard this is, because that may be a reason for me of not wanting this gun, at least not right now, as I am still a beginner and was already happy enough to figure out how to do this process with my first blank gun.