Yesterday I posted about shooting the suppressed semi-auto only version of the Kriss Vector. I want that gun. Today we have the fully automatic version. This gun is legally restricted to police and military. Here’s a video of me with it in my hands for the very first time
You can hear Reuven coaching me. He was extremely patient, and despite being a very serious person, he had a great sense of fun. You can see him calling targets to me and asking me to “go for double tap.” With the EOTech sight and the easy to manage recoil, it was child’s play.
Then he let me rip of a few bursts on full auto.
It looks a little wild, but in reality I just hauled the gun where I wanted the bullets to hit and the empty 5lb propane bottle died spectacularly in a hail of bullets. You can see how fun it was. I can’t thank Reuven enough for his patience. I stand by what I said in the last post. If I win the lottery, I’m going to buy 10,000 rounds of .45ACP and have Reuven teach me how to make this gun dance and sing.
What you can’t see in this video is the fact that the person using my Droid to record the action is the Kriss Arms Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Christophe Guignard. In addition, he heads up the group that is working on making a suppressor for the Vector that is hearing safe while dry. The current can is only truly hearing safe when fired wet.
The thing is I can actually buy the semi-auto only version. It’s expensive, especially when you include a suppressor. Then the Feds want $200 each for the NFA tax stamps. But I’m saving my pennies. I am inaugurating the “Buy a Kriss Vector” fund. If you look to the right side of my blog, I have added a PayPal button. Do you have too much money laying around? Hit the button and you will know that your money is going to a good cause.