IMI Jericho 941
The Jericho 941 pistol was introduced in 1992. In the USA it was sold by Magnum Research as the Baby Eagle up to 1998. Since 1999, the UZI America company has imported the weapon with the name Uzi Eagle. Uzi America is a joint venture between IMI and Mossberg. However, from the technical point of view the weapon is not related to the Desert Eagle in any way. The repeat action is activated by the recoil energy of the cartridge that has been fired. In addition, the pistol has a Browning locking system with locking lugs on the upper side of the barrel, just after the chamber. The Jericho us available in the calibers, 9 mm Para, 9 x 21 mm IMI, .40 S&W, and .41 AE (Action Express). The double-action pistol has a magazine capacity of 16 rounds in 9 mm, 12 rounds in .40 S&W, and 11 rounds in .41 AE. The compact Jericho 941 FB holds three cartridges less for each caliber.
The standard Jericho has a total length of 207 mm, a height of 140 mm and a width of 35 mm. The barrel length is 1.2 mm and the weight is 1000 grams. Model 941 has a combined safety catch/uncocking lever on the left of the slide. In the Model 941F the safety catch is on the left of the frame, and does not serve as a uncocking lever. This also applies for model 941 FS. However, the slide and the barrel of this model are shorter. The total length of the weapon is 184 mm, and the barrel length is 90 mm. The height and the width are the same as those of the standard model. The 941FS weighs 900 grams. The compact 941 FB is actually a 941 FS, though with a shorter frame. The total length and the barrel length are the same as those of the 941 FS, but the height is 125 mm. The weight is 870 grams. This is very good pistol.