Articles, Blog Uzi Resurrection – PART 1 By Justin GonzalezAugust 14, 2019 100 Comments *What tool they used to make the stiffener, that is… “You can wing it sometimes” *What tool they used to make the stiffener, that is… “You can wing it sometimes” Related articles Elite SRP crew repairs live high-voltage power lines How to build a home in 2 days! Part 1 – Group of 20 people building a home for a family in need. Complete Kitchen Remodel Glendale CA 866 482 0919 Wheels & Rims: Repair, Refinish, and Fitment – /DRIVE CLEAN Post navigation Previous post: How to Renovate a Rental Property to Minimize RepairsBe Inspired: Join us as we restore the Great LakesNext post: 100 thoughts on “Uzi Resurrection – PART 1” Thanks for the video! I’ve got 2 kits to put together (as semi’s though) love gathering all info I can ahead of time. Reply Badass as always mark. Love seein your projects come together Reply They are killing allot of channels. Allot are popping up on bitchute. Reply Mark, I’m watching other channels demo your work like the 50serbu. And ask where’s You? Well, here you are and glad to see a video on an amazing piece of history. Albeit an uglified puzzle, still, what it represents is Israeli ingenuity and freedom! I am looking forward to the part 2 video to see the rest of the process. Thanks again for your determination Reply Hell yea! Mark is back baby! Reply Looking forward to seeing the welding process. Reply Good to see you brother Reply Man just makes me cringe to think of the job of cutting up these pieces of art/history ….talk about a loser job lol . Reply O(∩_∩)O哈哈~，非常好！ Reply Great to see you back, interesting build. Reply "stiffener bumps" = swages Reply I feel your pain on piecing that shit back together I just finished an sa.26 from apex that was a bit if a pain Reply If they don't take this down the whole anti-gun movement at You Tube is over. Reply Do you have to have a special manufacturing license to weld and old full auto reciever back together? Reply So you could buy one of these parts kits and the full receiver piece that you show at 3:02 and you could have a fully functional Uzi? (With the proper FFL license and stuff, mind you). Reply I was thinking Forgotten Weapons was going to get shut down based on reading the rules but nothing really happened. Reply Excited for part two! Im an FFL 07 SOT 2, but don't have much welding experience. Thinking of trying to build one of these or one of the Sten kits. Reply welcome back bro. i know alot of us have missed "do what ya gotta to get it done" serbu videos Reply good job. i did one my self not to long ago. it was alot of fun im very happy with it Reply Loved it. Well done for staying low tech and "ghetto" with it! 😀 <3 Reply you seem really ill informed when it comes to current events no offense. Youtube attacking gun channels isn't just a myth, they attack more than gun channels, they attack any right leaning youtube channel. And why do you care? bitchute and full30 are great, and youtube needs to die anyways. Reply Hi mark Reply Mister mark serbu have a question Is it possible to manufacture a sniper rifle from the Tongston metal or not because the tongestone is stronger than high Carbon steel and more resistant to high temperature Reply Hey mark glad ur back I found your channel through your daughters an just wanted to say thank you from one gun nut to another keep up the good work an I hope you keep making videos Reply Marc, is there a way to contact you directly? I'm working on a semiauto build of a kgkt, that I've decided on all the denial portions but haven't really got a FCG 100% figured out for, would love to get some ideas. Reply Good shit mate really interesting stuff Reply It would be nice if you made a series of videos bulding a Luty Guns! Reply "Birth of the Jigsaw Uzi" Thanks for the vid Mark. Reply Here ya go… rifled, chambered pieces of barrel in different calibers and lengths – cheap. https://www.ebay.com/sch/chaszel/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= Reply As of right now I am 12 below working age but mabye once I graduate high school I might come down to Tampa and apply for a job at serbu firearms once I have saved up enough money I have been interested in guns my whole life Reply You're a fucklng genius Serbu! Reply Very interesting. I'd still like to see a discussion about the semi-auto conversions available for the parts kits for Uzi. Reply Very interesting. Nice to see you back mark Reply they arent killing gun related channels per-se, they are just making sure you dont get any ad revenue or revenue in general from your channel. Reply Mark welcome back love your videos I'm a restaurant owner in St Pete Beach Florida i become a gunsmith because i see your originals videos and i become very interested in firearms reapers and modification i shoot competition dor 15 years but now i love to work in guns we have couple friends in comment or your kids and i have some friends in comment i will love to have you over my Italian restaurant in St Pete Beach for more exact in Pass a grille the restaurant name is Gennaro's im the owner i star here as a cook 19 years a go and now i own the place i was born and race in Argentina I'm first generation of italinian born down there sorry about my writing is not that good sorry but love the you are back here and love your 50 bmg rifle is one of the best 50 semi-auto on the market Barrett make the first one you perfect it love to see the end result i both a parts kids to and ass soon i get my SOT for my ffl license i will put my back together and send you some pic Reply The Serbu! Reply I had one of these from the eighties in semi auto, came with a long barrel and a short mock barrel for display. Really regret selling it back in the nineties. Reply You are awesome wish i had half the knowledge that you forgot cant wait to get myself one of your 50cals they are sweet one day just need to save a little more Reply Wish I had a manufacturing license so I could play without risk of a 20 year anal probe.🔫🔫🔫🔫🔫🔫😂 Reply Very nice job! Thanks for going to all the trouble. Much appreciated. Reply Nice! Can't wait for part two. Glad to see you back! Reply Keep the content coming mark! Reply Welcome back glad to see you're doing well! , Now could ya please bring back the SU 15? ( yeah yeah I know.. but a lot of us want em..) Reply Nice. Glad to have you back. Hope I get to see part 2. Reply Mark, you forgot American Badass! Reply Very cool Mark. Wanted to come to the shop with Mike S this summer but it didn't work out. Need to get another shirt. Reply great vid. Reply Mark – it’s 30 August already; ¿why haven’t you completed/posted Part 2? 🙂 Reply "youtube kill the gun channels"… Serbu is, literally, a legendary name. Reply I wish that i had seen this before stabbing myself in the finger with a wire brush. That is an important safety tip. Don't stab your finger with the wire brush. Reply I hope we do get to pt2 Reply That rat tat tat at the beginning brought back so many good memories. The uzi on full auto is great fun Reply Assistindo ao seu vídeo aqui no Brasil. Parabéns pelo seu excelente trabalho ! Reply Did I ever tell you you're my hero? Reply This is pritty much what they did on the reality program Sons Of Guns hope Valerie is keeping well. Reply Thank GOD you are back LOVE this content. Thank you very much! Reply Awesome! Can't wait to watch part 2 in 8 months. Reply May God bless you Mark =) Reply Lord Serbu, I love how Edwin advertises your name on his channel. Reply And they don’t all have to be gun videos! I could watch your happy ass all day! Might learn something too. Reply Great video Mark, looking forward to part 2. you should do more "gun build" videos. I could watch them all day! Reply I like the nice judaeo-christian reference…"resurrection". Reply Awesome video, Mark. I love your content.I have an MPi 69 receiver lying around here. There is not really anything I could do with it here (in Germany) legally. If you would like to have it (maybe for creating further content for us) I am willing to throw it on the band saw ans ship it over to you. Reply I think you would call this a 'kosher' build. 😉 Reply Mark: Suggestions, take it for what you want. Just ideas I have… 1 – Get a hardness test (ideally 3x widely spaced spots) on that already built one (yes I know it marks it, but it's small enough and won't really hurt it) and re-treat that rewelded receiver once welded. It may or may not need it, I mean it's only a 9x19mm in a well built and designed gun, but, ideally after all that welding and plasma/torch cutting it may be a good idea just the same. You can use something like ER80 to ER120 for rod so it has better strength then standard ER70S2 and you can get it online in small quanities from a place like Arc-Zone so you don't need to buy 10# of it. They even use those rods for ship hulls for Naval use in welding of HY-80 to HY-120 steels. 2 – Next build, I suggest a plasma rifle in the 40w range… sorry, had to say it! 3 – Get a CBN wheel for your grinder and say goodbye to those old stones. Yeah, they cost a bit, but they don't throw stone crap all over if you ever dress them and you can cut some hard stuff really square. They can even outlast diamond in many applications believe it or not. D-Way tools is a good source. It's still nice to have a spare machine to use those stone ones on for certain things though, so don't convert them all. 4 – If you have to fill in a big gap with TIG get a thick piece of copper plate say at least 3/16" to as thick as you can afford (ideally 1/4" to 3/8"). Steel won't stick to it and you can fill in wider than you could otherwise, almost like MIG or such. Also, a regulator with dual outputs like Harris (what I have) or Victor (not as good as they used to be, now Harris is better made) allows you to set up purge on the back if you make up a cheap purge box to contain the argon. May help the backside and porosity some to increase flow on time to ten seconds or more and let the weld cool under gas a bit longer. Looks like crap in the steel vs hydrogen, maybe from the parkerizing they did. I'm still learning TIG myself and am by no means a pro, but these tricks do help. Just trying to help 🙂 Reply Well, YouTube just pulled my video on the making of the GB-22. So I'm having my doubts about Part 2 though I'll hope for the best. In case it doesn't get made I'd like to say that I really appreciate the views and kind comments. If my channel dies here I'll probably end up somewhere else…just don't know where yet. Reply Can't wait to see part 2 Mark!!!! Reply Great video!! Let’s hope for the best! Looking forward to part II ! Reply Just a note, He is a licensed manufacturer and can build any type of firearm he pleases, Many firearms he makes are available commercially. Keep that in mine YouTube, What he is doing is NOT illegal. Reply I had one, kicking my self in the Ass for getting rid of i Reply Love you brother, keep up the great work. Can't wait for the conclusion to this epic tale. Reply Mark, seriously, thank you for all you do. I wish there were more company owners in the gun community like you. Reply Look at me, I'm Mark Serbu, and I have an Optical Comparator! Reply Nice to see you back! For part two would you explain the how and why the kits are available….. decommissioning of military gear? Reply pretty cool video deff a bucket list item for me Reply Thanks for the vid Mark. I picked up 2 of these kits. Going to do a semi conversion on one and then use the other for spare parts. Reply Thanks for bringing us on this cool journey mark👍 Reply Mark your awesome!! 😁 Reply Very cool. Reply i hate on uzi's becuase of black gangster people, i respect normal black people but not these fony bragging over self esteem chimps…. they fucked up the uzi's reputation & always be taking pictures with uzi's believing thierselfs as some kind of mafia druglord with very heavy and powerful weaponry. Reply How do I become licensed to make guns in Michigan? I live right outside of Detroit and I've wanted to try my whole life Reply I need part 2 in my life. Reply 👁👁👁 in California Reply Mark Serbs for President, 2020! Reply I miss my UZI…. Australia officially went down the shitter in 1996 Reply I love you man! Reply Is it a legal to own machine gun if made from a kit like that Reply Hi fom Sweden Reply Не бит, не крашен, не варен. Дедушка стрелял холостыми на Новый Год.🙂 Reply Plasma rifle in 40watt range Reply I have one of you Super Shorty’s what fun! Reply editing must get really hard after you drink a case of beer. Reply This makes me hard. Reply This is every gun guys dream! Reply Thanks Serbu. Love your videos Reply I wish ur were my dad….. Reply Hello there! 1000 thanks for this vídeo! Where could I get outer Uzi parts to build an airsoft replica? And other outer gun parts as well by the way!! Thank you!! Reply im working on my co2 airsoft uzi that be using real parts and some airsoft parts 😛 Reply Great video. I purchased a Uzi kit a few week's ago and I'm trying to figure all the mods to make it a legal semiautomatic. I've built a few AK's and one MG-42 semi auto of course, but this Uzi has me confused as hell. So much on it has to be changed to make it legal. Wish I had the license to go full auto. Reply I have a couple of kits that need some burning together. I am considering purchasing a jig to hold all the little bits in placew while i fire up the welder. Thanks for the video. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.