allizard, on 24 December 2010 - 11:30 AM, said:
Do you have any link of reference on that?! I can't find any. The only issue is the Ejection port issue which have been fixed already.
Yes, I have a realsteel Kriss Super V and there are no problems. too many keyboard commandos "hear rumors" online. But rarely any of them have fired more than "rental time" on a Kriss Super V.
I took mine thru the rigors of a tactical carbine class. the Kriss Super V held its own with 9 AR-15s. I was even abel to engage steel at 200 yds. I was doubtful but the safety officers and instructor were interested if .45 cal could be shot that far. Sure enough it hit the steel with a decent amount of force. not quite as much as a .556 round but enough to bounce off with energy.
I shot 500+ rounds in three days. dont tell me about mythical problems unless you had them yourself.
The only issue I have had is loading the Kriss with a full 30rd mag or even the full 13rd Glock 21 mag on a closed bolt. It is very very hard to push those rounds down to engage the mag catch. Simple solution, make sure bolt is opened when loading fresh mag.
Also ejecting a FTF (fail to fire) or unfired round is probelmatic with the mag in. So just strip the mag out first and then eject the round.
Otherwise smooth operation and easy to keep sights on target even when hammering the trigger.
Sadly I will be in vegas next week but leaving before Shotshow aagggh. oh well. I will have my friends take a look for me.
I just pulled out my Kriss and I can engage the selector with my left thumb. I just wrap it around the hinge.
Edited by Solscud007, 02 January 2011 - 03:38 PM.