Yes. A sub machine gun is a machine gun that fires pistol rounds and Uzis are 9mm.
About 600 rounds per minute on full auto.
Probably an m9 handgun. Machine gun wize most likely a uzi or uzi variant.
A sub-machine gun fires pistol cartridges. A machine gun fires rifle rounds.
Spelled Uzi, it is a submachine gun made in Israel.
In these days, the Israel military uses the M-16 rifle and others which they fabricate like The Negev Machine Gun, the Tavor Assault Rifle, The X-95 Family, the UZI sub-machine gun, and the Jericho Pistol.
The Uzi sub machine gun was not used by the Germans during WWII. It was not made until 1950 and then as a prototype. It was designed by Major Uziel Gal, and introduced to the IDF (Israeli Defence Forces) in 1954.
The .45 Thompson sub-machine gun and M3 sub machine gun (grease gun) were used in WW2, Korea, and Vietnam War. A sub-machine gun is called a SUB machine gun because it uses "pistol" ammunition. The M3 sub-machinegun looked exactly like a grease gun; hence the name.
Sub machine gun
Thompson Uzi Mac-Ten Browning AR-15
SMG stands for Sub-Machine Gun. Firearms in that category are generally compact, handheld, operated from an unsupported position and function in a fully automatic firing mode. Some examples would be UZI, MP5, Vector, Thompson.