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My particular one was made by Armscor Rhodesia in the late 70s. Probably around 1978-79.
These Armscor ones were by far the most common. They are the most distinctive by the two metal plates on both sides of the lower with KOMMANDO ARMS MANUFACTURING CORPORATION written on them.
The weapon fires semi-auto only from an open bolt and takes standard Uzi 9mm magazines. It’s also worth noting these were commonly referred to as the “Rhuzi”.