Kriss Super V

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Re: Kriss Super V

Post by Raudbjorn » Thu Jan 26, 2012 6:58 pm

MajWinters521 wrote:Ive got good news and bad news.
Good news: Ive contacted KRISS USA, and they responded, saying they'll help as long as its okay with their boss.

Bad news: Their boss hasnt replied yet.

If we're lucky, the KRISS Super V will be out of its stalemate
Shot in the dark, i've also sent them a mail about 10 days ago, got a response that it'll be looked at after 30th January, when someone returned from being outside with limited phone/e-mail access (out there).
Let's see who gets it first, eh? :P

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Re: Kriss Super V

Post by Flaming Lambo » Sat Jan 28, 2012 12:19 am

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Re: Kriss Super V

Post by $CHN!TZ3L » Sat Jan 28, 2012 8:29 pm

I hate to kill your wizardry Lambo... But that's from an airsoft Kriss ... :(

I almost thought we had our trigger assembly until I saw the "GI Airsoft" watermark by the trigger. Stupid airsoft, always ruins everything!

Ah well, we'll just have to keep searching.
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Re: Kriss Super V

Post by Flaming Lambo » Sun Jan 29, 2012 3:23 am

$CHN!TZ3L wrote:I hate to kill your wizardry Lambo... But that's from an airsoft Kriss ... :(

I almost thought we had our trigger assembly until I saw the "GI Airsoft" watermark by the trigger. Stupid airsoft, always ruins everything!

Ah well, we'll just have to keep searching.
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Re: Kriss Super V

Post by Dangerzone » Sun Jan 29, 2012 5:55 am

yeah the actual trigger and sear assembly for the actual weapon will be much more sophisticated than that (if you look close you can tell that the photo only has 3 main pieces, trigger, spring, and hammer)

lol, so we yet another case of air-soft guns making more trouble than real guns... I wish they were never invented, like when kids take them to school and trigger police stand offs

as far as i can gather, that trigger assembly is some sort of unofficial industry secret... even gunsmiths are encouraged to just send in for a complete replacement assembly rather than to open and service themselves

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Re: Kriss Super V

Post by Flaming Lambo » Sun Jan 29, 2012 8:05 am

Dangerzone wrote:yeah the actual trigger and sear assembly for the actual weapon will be much more sophisticated than that (if you look close you can tell that the photo only has 3 main pieces, trigger, spring, and hammer)

lol, so we yet another case of air-soft guns making more trouble than real guns... I wish they were never invented, like when kids take them to school and trigger police stand offs

as far as i can gather, that trigger assembly is some sort of unofficial industry secret... even gunsmiths are encouraged to just send in for a complete replacement assembly rather than to open and service themselves
Well, I can understand that because the Kriss Super V is actually the most innovated weapon design in over a hundred years (!) so yah, I think they want to make a whole lot of models so they can truely be known for that. With such innovation in the weapon, I think they want to hold the design as their own before anyone else can copy it.
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Re: Kriss Super V

Post by Flaming Lambo » Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:13 am

Guys, I got bad news. I contacted this website that gives info about about guns and I asked them if there was ever a pic of the Kriss Super V trigger group submitted in any weapon website and they replied "We regret to inform you that there's no official disclosure on this". Oh well. I hope that guy's submission to Kriss pays off.
EDIT: I sent a message to a guy on YouTube that made a video on his Kriss Super V being cleaned asking about this. I hope he helps!
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Re: Kriss Super V

Post by Raudbjorn » Sun Feb 05, 2012 3:53 pm

I do hope the company is able to help, if not...well there won't be much other choice but to do what Kriss's company advices not to do...disassemble a real model

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Re: Kriss Super V

Post by Raudbjorn » Fri Feb 10, 2012 3:34 pm

Got a answer, the said that they don't show the trigger assembly to the public.
D*mn

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Re: Kriss Super V

Post by TheNextLevel247 » Fri Feb 10, 2012 9:46 pm

Raudbjorn wrote:Got a answer, the said that they don't show the trigger assembly to the public.
D*mn
What if one of us informed them of the project and how we intended to use it? I guess it's still to the public however :/
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