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KRISS vector #7108084
03/11/18 08:49 PM
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Anyone out there have one of the space age looking rifles. At first I did not like them but after watching a few videos I am really starting to come around on them. May need to look into getting one in 10 mm or 45. I was wondering who had one and if there claim to recoil and staying on target is true?

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Not sure if I'd call you a machine, but you are definitely a tool.
Re: KRISS vector [Re: biggerD] #7108086
03/11/18 08:53 PM
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They work good..we have a 45 ACP...

Re: KRISS vector [Re: biggerD] #7108093
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Iíve shot one, I liked it

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Re: KRISS vector [Re: biggerD] #7108096
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They are a bit heavy but look good

Re: KRISS vector [Re: biggerD] #7108100
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The OD and FDE gen 2 carbines look sexy


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Not sure if I'd call you a machine, but you are definitely a tool.
Re: KRISS vector [Re: biggerD] #7108127
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I'd love to do an SBR one and then throw the suppressor on it. I think it would be a nice truck gun when I'm on at the ranch.


It is far more important to be able to hit the target than it is to haggle over who makes a weapon or who pulls a trigger.

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Re: KRISS vector [Re: biggerD] #7108243
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I have a 9mm and .45 ACP. Fun to shoot.


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Re: KRISS vector [Re: Toxarch] #7108805
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Originally Posted By: Toxarch
I'd love to do an SBR one and then throw the suppressor on it. I think it would be a nice truck gun when I'm on at the ranch.


That would be an expensive truck gun!

Re: KRISS vector [Re: Toxarch] #7109277
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Originally Posted By: Toxarch
I'd love to do an SBR one and then throw the suppressor on it. I think it would be a nice truck gun when I'm on at the ranch.

The only downside to them now is the the current generation of them no longer has the ability to accept a side folding stock which defeats the point of the vector in wither a pistol or sbr format for me anyways.

Re: KRISS vector [Re: cmorsch] #7109346
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Everything I have seen says if you pull one pin you can add that stock back in to it.


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Not sure if I'd call you a machine, but you are definitely a tool.
Re: KRISS vector [Re: biggerD] #7109351
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this is mine - new gen. all you need to do is drill out the pin and replace the knuckle for any regular buffer tube config. both fixed and folder is available.

Re: KRISS vector [Re: biggerD] #7109403
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Consider yourself lucky cause based on my research the folding stock was removed on all the vectors made after 2017.

Re: KRISS vector [Re: biggerD] #7109413
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you just have to buy one and drill out the retaining pin to remove OEM

HB has a good one.
https://hbindustries.net/store/shop/kriss-vector-folding-stock-adapter/

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9mm with Gear Head Worx Tail Hook Arm Brace & folding stock




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