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rdm08
02-22-2012, 9:59 PM
Does anyone know if the Kriss Super V qualifies under NFA Trust?

winnre
02-22-2012, 10:10 PM
Get a bullet button and it is a regular rifle.

Quiet
02-22-2012, 10:16 PM
Which KRISS Super V?

The KRISS Vector CRB/SO is a Title 1 rifle. It can be made CA legal with the use of a maglock and 10 round magazine.

The KRISS Vector SRB/SO is a Title 2 SBR. A NFA Trust can be used to obtain a SBR. You will also need a valid CA DOJ Dangerous Weapons Permit in order to legally possess one in CA. You have a greater chance of winning the Super Lotto back to back than getting approved for a Dangerous Weapons Permit.

The KRISS Vector SMG is a Title 2 post-'86 MG. Post-'86 MG can only be owned by FFL/SOT or Gov/LE/Mil agencies.

The KRISS Vector SDP is a Title 1 pistol. It can be made CA legal with the use of a maglock and 10 round magazine. Since it is not on the CA DOJ approved list for handgun sales, it will need to be imported into CA as a dimensionally compliant single-shot pistol.

dieselpower
02-23-2012, 5:03 AM
Which KRISS Super V?

The KRISS Vector CRB/SO is a Title 1 rifle. It can be made CA legal with the use of a maglock and 10 round magazine.

The KRISS Vector SRB/SO is a Title 2 SBR. A NFA Trust can be used to obtain a SBR. You will also need a valid CA DOJ Dangerous Weapons Permit in order to legally possess one in CA. You have a greater chance of winning the Super Lotto back to back than getting approved for a Dangerous Weapons Permit.

The KRISS Vector SMG is a Title 2 post-'86 MG. Post-'86 MG can only be owned by FFL/SOT or Gov/LE/Mil agencies.

The KRISS Vector SDP is a Title 1 pistol. It can be made CA legal with the use of a maglock and 10 round magazine. Since it is not on the CA DOJ approved list for handgun sales, it will need to be imported into CA as a dimensionally compliant single-shot pistol.

and once that pistol is in your hands AFTER the 10 day DROS, you can legally alter it to fire in a semiautomatic mode.