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Old 02-24-2013, 06:20 PM   #1
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This really doesnt belong in this forum but this is the best place for it
The door has opened for a purchase opportunity for me, but Im having some what of a hard time making the decision . This should be a no brainer really .

Used SBR MP5 9mm very lightly used 200 rds at most or New SBR Kriss Vector .45 acp, ? Both of which are available for purchase to me from my local dealer next week but both of course will be a 6-7 months wait on the stamp. I have the money for one and I already own a Kriss Vector CQB so Im leaning very very had towards the MP5 .
What would you all do ?

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Old 02-24-2013, 10:53 PM   #2
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I'd go with the MP5, especially since you'll no doubt shoot it a lot and 9mm is a lot cheaper than 45ACP. As you said, you already have a Kriss Vector.
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Yup its a done deal. MP 5 . I go to get the ball rolling tomorrow after work. I will get to take a few pics and shoot it at his place then it will get to sit a while or til I visit again. She sure is a beautiful piece or work
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Between the two SBR's, the HK has lots of spare parts and magazines available, 9MM ammo is cheaper, and you'll be one of the few kids on the block with a MP5.

I'd rock the HK, but that's just me.
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Here she is I took a few pics of her at my dealers , now the wretched 6+ month wait on the stamp .






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Looks great! Semi-auto right? What does an MP5K like that go for and from where?
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I can't read the letters on the safety lever; is that S for safe, F for full-auto, and ? for ??

Very cool, and some range action pics would be appreciated, though they might more truly belong in the Tail Trail.
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Looks like "S, E, & F."
If "S" is for safe and "F" is for fire, what the heck is "E" ?
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