As you read through the UZI Talk Reference Library and Discussion Forum, you'll run into a lot of abbreviations. Here's a guide to help you sort it out:

AA = Action Arms.
AD = Accidental Discharge.
AOW = Any Other Weapon.
AWC = Automatic Weapons Company.
BG = Bad Guy.
BOI = Board Of Inquiry (On
BTT = Back to Top.
BTW = By The Way.
CB = Closed Bolt.
CQB = Close Quarters Battle.
DD = Destructive Device.
F1, F3, F4, etc. = Form 1, Form 3, etc. (ATF forms).
FA = Full Auto.
FM = Fabrica Militar. (Argentina).
FN = Fabrique Nationale. (Belgium).
FOIA = Freedom of Information Act.
FTF = Failure to Feed.
FTE = Failure to Eject.
FTE = Failure to Extract.
FWIW = For What It's Worth.
FYI = For Your Information.
GI = Group Industries.
HTH = Hope This Helps.
HTH = Happy To Help.
IBTL = In Before the Lock.
IDF = Israeli Defense Forces.
IIRC = If I Remember Correctly.
IMHO = In My Honest Opinion.
IMHO = In My Humble Opinion.
IMI = Israel Military Industries.
JMHO = Just My Honest Opinion.
JMHO = Just my Humble Opinion.
KAC = Knights Armament Company.
LMAO = Laughing My A$$ Off.
LOL = Laughing Out Loud.
LOL = Lots Of Laughs.
LRM = Lee R. Minor.
MC = Mini Carbine.
MG = Machinegun.
MU = Mini Uzi.
ND = Negligent Discharge.
NIB = New In Box.
NIW = New In Wrapper.
NSL = North Salt Lake.
OB = Open Bolt.
PITA = Pain in the A$$.
POA = Point of Aim.
POI = Point of Impact.
POS = Piece of $#!T.
ROF = Rate of Fire.
ROFL = Rolling on the Floor Laughing.
ROFLMAO = Rolling on the Floor Laughing My A$$ Off.
RPM = Rounds per Minute.
RR = Registered Receiver.
Reg'd. Rec. = Registered Receiver.
SA = Semi Auto.
SA = South Africa.
SBR = Short Barreled Rifle.
SBS = Short Barreled Shotgun.
SDS = Silent Delivery Systems.
SMG = Sub-machinegun.
SRT = Sound Research Technologies.
TIA = Thanks In Advance.
TMK = To My Knowledge.
WECSOG = Wile E. Coyote School of Gunsmithing.
WWJD = What Would Jesus Do?
YMMV = Your Mileage May Vary

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