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efffective range claims 150 m , as far as muzzle climb the action moves downward instead of back , I had it apart tonight cleaning the factory goo off the guts , very very simple and I must say the way the bolt moves downward is a very very ingenious idea .very smooth action , seems pretty solid for having alot of poly on it , stock is good and solid when locked in , 4 pins pull out to take it apart and disassemble it , most claim that it will shoot basically any type of FMJ , HP and HD rounds . The trigger is a big different and it wasnt very smooth at first , some of this was the factory goo that was slathered in the hammer but I gave it about 400+ dry fires with just the trigger system and it cleaned up and smoothed out alot . Im not going to get it out til the aimpoint shows up next week as .45 seems to be on the short also .
I do like how light it is 5.8# and very very well balanced , I added the vert grip and lengthened the rear stock a tad to fit me better .It also came with a damn nice set of the new design diamond head flip up sights . 30 rd mags hold about 25 unless you have a loader to load them , Im sure the springs will loosen up after a while , I do like the fact they use glock mags and not some proprietary mag as they are readily available . I will do a write up on it once I get it out , but from my readings guys are claiming its dead nuts accurate at 50 yards . its pretty compact with the stock folded up ,
I will play with this for a while but I think its going to wind up a SBR :D



 

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efffective range claims 150 m , as far as muzzle climb the action moves downward instead of back , I had it apart tonight cleaning the factory goo off the guts , very very simple and I must say the way the bolt moves downward is a very very ingenious idea .very smooth action , seems pretty solid for having alot of poly on it , stock is good and solid when locked in , 4 pins pull out to take it apart and disassemble it , most claim that it will shoot basically any type of FMJ , HP and HD rounds . The trigger is a big different and it wasnt very smooth at first , some of this was the factory goo that was slathered in the hammer but I gave it about 400+ dry fires with just the trigger system and it cleaned up and smoothed out alot . Im not going to get it out til the aimpoint shows up next week as .45 seems to be on the short also .
I do like how light it is 5.8# and very very well balanced , I added the vert grip and lengthened the rear stock a tad to fit me better .It also came with a damn nice set of the new design diamond head flip up sights . 30 rd mags hold about 25 unless you have a loader to load them , Im sure the springs will loosen up after a while , I do like the fact they use glock mags and not some proprietary mag as they are readily available . I will do a write up on it once I get it out , but from my readings guys are claiming its dead nuts accurate at 50 yards . its pretty compact with the stock folded up ,
I will play with this for a while but I think its going to wind up a SBR :D
I must say congrats. I thought I was the only one around with enough of a compulsory requirement to have to pull a new gun apart to attack a "$3k" gun. Lol
Boy my boss was pissed, sure helped in selling the gun though.
 

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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.
I dont know about this because its pretty hard to beat a SBR AR for CQB , but it is supposed to have no more than 2 degree muzzle rise and about 60% less recoil than a AR which isnt much to begin with . yes its a larger caliber bullet , theres alot of lead there and it has some serious punch :D , it is pretty light and in SBR form yes it would be the better CQ gun , the AR is just so much more versatilewith so many more options . its a specialty gun just like a SBR though . All I know is my kids are gonna be set one of these days when this ol body gives up . The best part is they are both very active shooters and both pretty good . My oldest 15 has his heart set on going to the Marine Corps and of all things wants to be a sniper . I told him he is gonna have to get a little more proficient if thats what he truly wants to do . Practice, practice, practice and more practice ;)
 

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I haven't shot a .45 in years and I own a .40 , boy I sure didnt think there was that much difference between the .40 and .45 in size comparison . Man was I wrong . LOL
 

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I will say that the compactness of it, the large caliber and the rate of fire may make it more suitable for CQB than an AR. I saw one of the weapons shows on History and they had this firearm featured ... it sure looked easy to maneuver through hallways and into room s with :)
 

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yes and in SBR form it is very very compact . Wish they would have stayed with the lifetime warranty though , its only a 2 yr warranty , but I have been told they will still take care of it if there is a non abusive problem even after the warranty is long gone and even if your not the original owner
 

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yes and in SBR form it is very very compact . Wish they would have stayed with the lifetime warranty though , its only a 2 yr warranty , but I have been told they will still take care of it if there is a non abusive problem even after the warranty is long gone and even if your not the original owner
does it have a lot of internal parts? When I bought my first handgun the only familiarity I had with any handgun was the 1911 ... lots of parts. When I disassembled the Storm and had it on the counter it was like 4 ... 5 parts total ... I LOL'd :D I do like the lifetime warranty but if there are not a lot of parts or the product is robust I wouldn't fret it :)
 

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does it have a lot of internal parts? When I bought my first handgun the only familiarity I had with any handgun was the 1911 ... lots of parts. When I disassembled the Storm and had it on the counter it was like 4 ... 5 parts total ... I LOL'd :D I do like the lifetime warranty but if there are not a lot of parts or the product is robust I wouldn't fret it :)
No not really the trigger system is kind of closed but it is accessible . Quite a few small springs in there but no more so than a AR15. Working the trigger took a while but it helped for sure. At the moment nobody makes a aftermarket trigger for it but I think it could be easily done. Really same type of concept/ function with the hammer and the way it work but its a little backwards .
 

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Sold the 300 blk today. Don't think the guy even knew what he was buying, he asked me what caliber it was. He beat me up on the price a bit though. I let it go for $2150.00 cash.
 

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Sold the 300 blk today. Don't think the guy even knew what he was buying, he asked me what caliber it was. He beat me up on the price a bit though. I let it go for $2150.00 cash.
damn! why didn't you say something ... I would have given you $2800 cash! :(



no, not really ... congrats on the sale! ;)
 
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