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Well, what can I say? I have been working on this for the last couple of months and recently started modifying the heck out of it.  It went from looking kinda like a Vector to being almost a carbon copy.  I guess this intro isn't as biased as my other ones.  If you want to see the history and development go to the forum topic located at https://www.instructables.com/community/Kriss-Super-V-Vector-for-you-COD-fans/

I will just get into stats:

Range: Untested
Fire Rate: ~1 round a second without aiming, ~ 1 round every 1.5 seconds with aiming
Magazine: 15-20 round removable type, holds grey connectors
Reload time: ~ 5 seconds

Pros:
I feel it is Really accurate to the real one
Fast fire rate
Comfortable handle
Nice dot sight
Stock feels nice
Foregrip is real sturdy

Cons:
Was unsturdy near midsection during firing, havent tested it after moding it, but I feel that I fixed it
Most likely has short range, it might surprize me though
Really hard to take apart, so the Instructable is going to be annoying
Magazine holder/release takes away from the accuracy (looks) of the gun

Instructable not happening... pictures of internal mechanics added for those who wish to give it a go themselves. 

ive got mw2 ther i just replied also good replica
Are you ever going to post this?
nay... taken apart a long... long... time ago... there are some pictures of its internals somewhere on my cpu... The offer I made a long time ago still stands to anyone who wants to try and re-make this... <br>
could you post the internal pics then?
I've got to find them... but if I do... separate forum or on the slideshow? <br>
On the slide show and if you have any panel pics i.e. the layer pics please post them as well.<br>
K... I found the pics... I'll try to get them some time this weekend...
Thank you man!<br>
Sorry it took me one extra week than I told you... but they are up :)
And what is the ram rod?
Thats everything I've got... The internals are the same on both sides, so thats why I only took pictures of one side... the Ram rod is a Black grey-length rod connected to a yellow 5 way connector that has a white rod sticking up at a 90 degree angle. then using a broken white rod (ends cut off), you connect two green 4 way connectors to the yellow 5 way connector, so the ram rod will slide inside the gun. <br>
Have any pics of the other side of this or the front sight?
Thanks when I figure out what gun to take apart I will make it.
its the kriss super V not the vector * the vector is the sub machine gun version
They aren't the same thing? oh well...
LOVE IT!
Post please?
sorry... this was disassembled quite some time ago... I took some internal pics before finally disassembling it, just in-case someone wanted to try and make it...
knexgunbuilders logo thing and the real pic of the gun looks like the guns from the conduit! (tpc launcher and deatomizer mk4)
oh, that looks very much like the real thing! you play CoD MW2 don't you?<br />
Thanks and yea, for PS3
So do I! Whats your PSN?
&nbsp;awesome please post instructable 5 stars!!<br />
In looks I'd prefer mine but yours seems to be more practical in a war.<br />
yea yours looks real nice. I'm off to finish making mine own stock for barrax's ak and then due a scinece lab, and then play some mw2 :)
epic! 5* needs a longer mag tho...<br />
If your talking about the COD MW2 one, that uses the projected 28-30 round mag that the company wishes to use in the future. Right now the prototype version uses 17-18 round mags, and those are the ones I used (because a&nbsp;ram rod actually goes all the way up them)
k, i understand...<br />
Looks good!
Thanks :)
No problem ;)<br /> Might build if you post....<br /> What does it shoot?
Grey connectors, dont know how far. I just put 5 in the mag and shot them at my couch.

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