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Old March 16th, 2015, 07:01 AM #1
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Kriss Vector

I want to get a Kriss Vector but it is unclear if it is MD legal. I did a forum search still not sure. Anyone have a definitive answer? Are all or any models legal?
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Old March 16th, 2015, 07:18 AM #2
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The handgun version is also legal, just can't directly sbr it due to oal.

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Have one make sure you keep it lubricated. It is good to go except the SBR due to OAL fun to shoot.
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Super fun guns. We're KRISS dealers, but I think the only thing we have at the shop now is an SBR.
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not trying to hijack both pistol and carbine are legal, it can meet oal with some work and modifications but it can do it...
does anyone who owns one reading this have issues with there sight zero?
poi isn't quite working out as well as I hoped for such a flat round....
tips?
and suppressed it shoots way left, just my bum luck? it has already gone back to kriss once for just shooting way left unsupressed... but it is seemingly a problem child for me where I hear nothing but great stories from everyone else
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not trying to hijack both pistol and carbine are legal, it can meet oal with some work and modifications but it can do it...
does anyone who owns one reading this have issues with there sight zero?
poi isn't quite working out as well as I hoped for such a flat round....
tips?
and suppressed it shoots way left, just my bum luck? it has already gone back to kriss once for just shooting way left unsupressed... but it is seemingly a problem child for me where I hear nothing but great stories from everyone else
Sorry to hear that, I have nothing but positive things to say about mine.
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I want to get a Kriss Vector but it is unclear if it is MD legal. I did a forum search still not sure. Anyone have a definitive answer? Are all or any models legal?
Looks like one in the classifieds.
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Resurrecting this thread. Ambi mag release question

I bought the airsoft ambi mag release because it was slated to work with the real steel vectors. I tried installing on my gen 2 .45acp pistol. The install didn't work due to the mag release lug that goes thru the well isn't long enough. It just didn't work.

https://shop.jkarmy.com/ace1-arms-kr...e-release.html

After watching the video of the guy who first tried making his own ambi release, I figured that the jk army works only on the gen 1 vectors.

I have the jk army release still I haven't returned it. It seems well built.
My question is has anyone modified or made something that works with gen 2's?.
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I've had my pistol for quite some time. Use it for my bedroom firearm with the 25rd extended mags and a can. Since it has a singular purpose range time has been spent under 10 yards and moving. Never had a problem after 2000 rounds
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