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Old 12-09-2011, 08:55 PM   #1
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Default Has anyone shot a kriss super v(vector) carbine?

Ive been checking one out at a local gun shop we live in new york so only a 10rd magazine, 16in barrel fixed stock version is legal is it accurate and have good range. Even if youve shot a standard kriss what your experience?

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Old 12-10-2011, 04:05 AM   #2
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Bump please i need opinions.

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thats an ugly gun but folks round here think my pink tiger stripe SW MP 15-22 is hideous... each their own.

ive seen them in stores but didnt ask to check one out. it may be a bit till someone that has tried one or owns one chimes in. be patient its not a terribly common firearm.

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thats an ugly gun but folks round here think my pink tiger stripe SW MP 15-22 is hideous... each their own.

ive seen them in stores but didnt ask to check one out. it may be a bit till someone that has tried one or owns one chimes in. be patient its not a terribly common firearm.
Dude I dig your pink gun. It would go great with my pink fuzzy bunny slippers.

OP, I haven't shot that gun, but I've watched the manufacturers video and it looks like a pretty cool deal. The only thing I would worry about is the complexity of the design, but never having broken one down I don't know how complicated it really is.
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I have not shot one but a friend of mine did and liked it enough to buy it. He wanted the SBR so he is waiting on his tax stamp. I can ask him about it on Monday and will give you his feedback.

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ThankS to everyone.

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I'd bet you would find a lot more info by Googling "Kriss carbine!"

The first page I saw was filled with a hundred times more info that you will get on any one forum, especially here.

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i checked but theres nothing about a 16 inch barreled(ny compliant) kriss

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OK here is what I got from my friend.
He shot a 16" barrel version and was very impressed (as I said he ordered the SBR). He said it was easy to handle, very lightweight but, as advertised, almost no recoil. He was shooting indoors at 25 yds and getting a 2-3" pattern without much effort. He would recommend getting the optional foregrip for the max accuracy.

He wasn't thrilled I brought it up .. he is having a hard time waiting on his tax stamp

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I got to play with one....about 200 rounds worth....OH MAN OH MAN I want one!

ZERO muzzle climb, good accuracy, and fast follow up shots.

Ugly as all hell...but who cares? It's beauty is like the Glock...in it's function.

My friend is an LE dealer, and brought a sample to demonstrate. WEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

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