SOLD. An exceptionally rare film prop from the 2003 movie 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' which starred Sean Connery. Based on an UZI SMG, The film armourer Bapty manufactured a steel and aluminium shell into with the Uzi was fitted. These were then used by the bad guys in the movie; the Phantom's men. Several variants of this are seen in the movie along with adapted Thompsons and AK47s. We are unsure as to how many of this particular variant were manufactured but can say categorically that this one was used in the movie. Please see our photos including a capture from the movie showing this prop - it is easily identifiable as the patches of wear to the paint finish match exactly our example. We need to make it clear that the UZI inside was not used in the filiming and was added at a later date. It is, however, the correct early model and comes complete with a 20 and 32 round magazines and 10 inert 9mm rounds. The shroud assembly has a cut-out for the UZI ejection port on the right hand side and another cut-out on the left designed so that you can put your finger inside to cock the UZI using its normal cocking handle. Deactivated to the new EU specification with moving original bolt under spring pressure, moving trigger under spring pressure and moving fire selector. The magazine can be removed but it can't be dry-fired. Due to deactivation requirements, it is not possible to remove the UZI from the shroud. See our video below showing this piece in more detail. Sorry - no international sales. Call our freephone credit card sales hotline to buy this item now with your credit or debit card - 0800 772 3499. Proof of ID and age will be required prior to the despatch of this item.