- For the original version, see Uzi.
- This item currently can be obtained from Top 50 Decoder only.
- Cheap ammo cost
- High rate of fire
- High accuracy, especially in B mode
- No speed reduction
- Low recoil
- High magazine size
- High damage for an SMG
- Possesses high stun power
- Expensive price
- Easily run dry
- Hard to obtain
- South Korea: 17 September 2015.
- Taiwan/Hong Kong: 22 September 2015.
- China: 23 September 2015.
- Japan: 30 September 2015.
- Indonesia: 3 February 2016.
- CSNZ: 9 May 2018.
- If a a player drops or switches to a different weapon the Dual Uzi, its buttstocks will remain unfolded, which means that it cannot stay folded upon meeting with these circumstances.
- In B mode, its bullet spread is very low. Use this as an advantage to deal headshot more easily. But it has a drawback that will decrease its fire rate, so don't use B mode in enclosed areas or in hasty situations.
- 80 rounds of Dual Uzi can deal 2000 ~ 8000 damage to zombies in Zombie Infection modes, depending on where it hits, the usage of Deadly Shot and the level of Morale Boost.
- Brick Piece S1451
- Main article: Brick Piece S1451.
This is a modified version of Dual Uzi with 80 rounds of plastic bullets. It can be recombined to be a mini rocket launcher to fire 3 grenades at a time to deal massive damage.
- Higher damage (+5)
- Higher accuracy (+15%)
- Higher magazine size (+48)
- Has buttstock mode
- Same recoil (9%)
- Same rate of fire (92%)
- Same speed reduction (0%)
- Same knockback and stun powers
- Same ammo (9mm)
- Same reloading time (3s)
- More expensive (+$3400)
- Unlike the original version, the Dual Uzi is coated with a silver skin.
- Its draw sound is taken from pickup sound in Counter-Strike: Condition Zero.
- The word "ALEA IACTA EST" can be seen in the weapon's body which means "The die is cast". This phrase is in Latin language and it's attributed by Suetonius to Julius Caesar on 10 Jan, 49 B.C. The word "VENI VIDI VICI", which is printed on the second UZI, means "I came, I saw, I conquered". Julius Caesar sent a letter to the Roman Senate around 47 B.C with this phrase after he achieved a victory against Pharnaces II of Pontus at the Battle of Zela.
- Each UZI has 40 rounds, contrary to the original one which is only fed with 32 rounds.
- Uzi at Wikipedia.