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Kriss Vector CRB (Gen II) 9mm, 10mm, .40S&W , .45ACP, 16" barrel with Gen II shroud Folding / Adjustable stock (Pinned in NJ) One 15rd mag New in Box - Ready to go! Black FDE ODG Stealth Grey Alpine White Subject to avail. of Cal & Color at time of order $1455.00 (NJ Compliant) SDP (Pistols) Avail. outside of NJ - Call for prices.........
I have the following two guns up for sale on consignment at Howell Gun Works. The rifle is in excellent condition and only seen very light use. The only reason that I'm selling it is that I want to raise funds for a custom build: Ruger .308 Gunsite Scout Rifle: SOLD Approximate round count is 120 Comes with: One 10 round steel magazine XS Sights Extended Rail (+factory scout rail and rear sight) Ruger factory scope rings Wilderness Tactical Rhodesian sling LOP spacers Griffen Armament Paladin 2-port brake (+ factory brake and thread protector) Manual As mentioned above, the rifle is on consignment with Howell Gun Works, so the sale would be done directly through them. Pictures are available on their Facebook page (see screenshot below):
We are now selling Kriss Vector CRB carbines 9mm, 10mm & .40 & .45acp There are several color choices avail from kriss Black FDE ODG Gray Alpine Colors & cal. subject to avail. at time of order Call for Prices & Avail.
THE KRISS VECTOR From wiki: "The Vector's action, the so-called KRISS Super V System (KSVS), is an articulated mechanism which allows the bolt and an inertia block to move downward into a recess behind the magazine well." so the action is not above the pistol grip. NJ LAW And the NJ law says "i. A semi-automatic rifle that has the ability to accept a detachable magazine and has at least two of the following: (1) A folding or telescoping stock;(2) A pistol grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the weapon;(3) A bayonet mount;(4) A flash suppressor or threaded barrel designed to accommodate a flash suppressor; and (5) A grenade launcher; So does a bullpup's pistole grip count as one of these things. Since its pistol grip is not below the action. So you can buy any out of state tavor with only modifying the magazine and not the flash hidder. So the Kriss vector's Pistol grip is not beneath the action. The pistol grip is behind the action so it does not quilify as being "a pistol grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the weapon." Does this mean that one is legally allowed to have a pistol grip and a folding stock on this rifle? Why not?