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Old 01-19-2013, 11:21 AM   #31
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Glock mags?
Yes Glock 21 mags
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Nice. Looks like it would shoot sweet- though it looks a little odd.
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it does get favorable reviews ... even if it does look odd

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The kriss is a fantastic entry weapon. Beats the AR all day long. Low recoil, slow moving,large caliber bullet, cold tracer rounds. Tough to beat.
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The kriss is a fantastic entry weapon. Beats the AR all day long. Low recoil, slow moving,large caliber bullet, cold tracer rounds. Tough to beat.
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how is the Kriss for range?
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I like how the centerline of the bore appears to line up with the operator's hand and shoulder, which will reduce muzzle climb. I have fired .45 ACP full auto in a Reising machine gun and there is quite a bit of climb, it was actually easier to shoot from the hip as far as controlling climb. Then you just walk it into the target. Lots of fun!
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how is the Kriss for range?
I would estimate it at a 50 yard range. As I said fantastic entry weapon. Still trying to get the local Leos to adopt it.
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I would estimate it at a 50 yard range. As I said fantastic entry weapon. Still trying to get the local Leos to adopt it.
are they legal in MA? ... definitely not in NY now ... LOL
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are they legal in MA? ... definitely not in NY now ... LOL
No, there is a ma compliant version that comes with a 1 point sling,10 rnd glock mag, built in flash light and pinned stock with an MSRP of $2750.00.
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are they legal in MA? ... definitely not in NY now ... LOL
Wait, isn't the magazine capacity the only thing that would make it prohibited? Or is that still a "pistol grip"?
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