|MP5K||Dual Uzi||Scorpion EVO||Spagin|
|☣ Weapon Statistics ☣|
|Damage||192 (on purchase - Mk 5)|
6,144 (fully upgraded - Mk 10)
|Rate of fire|
|Gunsmith level||Tech level 3 (blueprint reveal)|
Gunsmith level 5 (to build)
280 to instantly complete
280 to instantly build
"Spraying bullets around has never been easier. Mr. Woo would be proud!"Dual Uzis are submachine guns in Dead Trigger 2.
The Dual Uzis are the second submachine guns to be unlocked, and the first weapon in SMG class that requires blueprints to be built. It requires Tech level 3 to reveal the blueprint and Gunsmith level 5 to be built.
Dual Uzis are unique for being a dual-wielded submachine guns. It gives them some advantages, such as double the ammo capacity the single weapon in Dead Trigger 1 would have and theoretically double the amount of bullets fired at the time so overall it has very high rate of fire.
However, there are also some disadvantages, for example low accuracy or inability to aim down sights. Because of this, Dual Uzis are best used for close range battles using "spraying" tactics, while it's impractical to be used for long-range shooting. Because of it, it's advised to use this weapon as a secondary for close range and pair it with a weapon suitable for long-range shooting (for example, the M1 Garand).
Pros & Cons Edit
|High ammo capacity, high rate of fire|
|Low accuracy, low range, long reload|
- The Dual Uzi is the first dual-wielded submachine gun(s) in the game.
- Even though Kyle shoots both guns at the exact same time, only one bullet is actually fired, unlike the Dual Glock where one gun is used first then the other. This would mean that there are 60 bullets in each magazine, so 120 bullets in total.
- The suppressors serve no purpose in-game and are there for purely cosmetic reasons.
- The Uzis are missing triggers on the viewmodel. This can be seen when reloading.
- The Dual Uzi's weapon description is a reference to Asian action-film director, John Woo, who is famous for making action movies with dual wielding automatic weapons being used generously alongside several other improper usage of firearms.
- Also a reference to the videogame Shadow Warrior, in which the protagonist says "Be proud, Mr. Woo!" after obtaining the Dual Uzis.