PUBG Uzi Guide – Learn How To Become The Spray & Pray Master

In this PUBG Uzi guide we go over all you need to know about how to use the Micro Uzi as efficiently as possible. We’ve included up-to-date stats, pros, cons, and best usage scenarios.

To begin with we’ll go over the weapon stats and key areas worth noting. After that, we’ll share some details about how you can use the Micro Uzi to rip other players to shreds.

PUBG Uzi Guide: Stats, Pros and Cons

The Uzi has its limitations, even as an SMG, but it can do significantly well in the right scenarios.

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Pros
•  Surprisingly good stability and lowest spread of all SMGs
•  Very mobile

Cons
• Lowest damage per second of all SMGs
• No option to add optics

Stats

  • Damage: 25
  • Damage/second: 259.26
  • Zero-Range: 100-200 meters
  • Ammo: 25-35
  • Fire modes: Auto, Semi
  • Fire rate rating: 2/5
  • Spread rating: 4/5
  • Recoil rating: 2.5/5
  • Bullet Velocity: 2/5

How To Use The Uzi In Close Ranged Fights

Because the Uzi has the lowest damage per second of all SMGs, there are a number of key strategies you must keep in mind when using it in close ranged fights.

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Firstly, the only way you can win close ranged fights when using the Uzi is to use it’s stability to your advantage. Find the micro stock as soon as you can and always aim for heads. If you can get that first headshot, it’s fairly easy to control the Uzi’s recoil, especially in close ranged combat.

This will allow you to make up for the lack of damage per second the weapon has in comparison to other SMGs.

If you are confident with the iron sights, you can also consider using the Uzi on semi fire at 50-100 meters to get an advantage over players with SMGs with less bullet velocity.

How To Use The Uzi At Long Range

The Uzi is a formidable weapon all the way up to 200 meters. The damage drop off does kick into effect fairly quickly though, which is understandable considering the weapon is an SMG.

Surprisingly, the Uzi does well as a longer ranged SMG despite it not having an optics attachment slot, similarly to the Tommy Gun. You need to be able to get comfortable with the iron sights to truly make the most out of the Uzi at longer distances.

Summary: How To Use The Uzi In PUBG

To wrap things up, the Uzi works well as a stable, medium range weapon. The only way you can use it to outperform other SMGs is to use its stability to your advantage and always aim for the head. Learn to use the iron sights and it’s stability and relatively high bullet velocity can reward you at longer distance engagements.

When it comes down to it though, there are many other better weapons. In fact, the Uzi is actually considered to be the worst SMG. You can see how it compares to other weapons in our PUBG weapon stats database.

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