Tuesday, June 23, 2009

The Range Reviews: Kriss Super V CRB/SO

© 2009 Albert A Rasch
Kriss Super V CRB/SO
We will be doing a thorough review on the Kriss Super V CRB/SO in 45 ACP in the near future. In the mean time, I thought you might like to view a couple of pictures I quickly snapped of it.

Kriss Super V stock deployed.

Kriss Super V stock folded.
The action is a closed bolt, delayed blowback, semiauto with the patented Super V System. It is available in 45ACP as this one is, and also in 40S&W. This particular unit has the extended 30rd magazines, in addition to the standard 13 rd magazine.

Recoil is almost non-existent and accuracy is something that I want to demonstrate because even I don't believe it when I hear myself say it!

We will be posting the range photos and review in the near future.

Hog hunting anyone?

Albert A Rasch
The Hunt Continues...


GoGo said...

Nice weapon. Sweet! I'm glad that the old .45ACP is finally getting the recognition it rightly deserves for its incredible stopping power. Finally the "love affair" with the 9MM used in handguns and current compact assault weapons is finally over. If you remember, it was the Beretta Defense Contract with the U.S. Defense Dept. in the mid-eighties that started this trend. Soon thereafter the
.45ACP was replaced with the Beretta 9MM 92F. I'm sure a few of you "ol school playas" still kept your .45's nearby!!

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

Am looking forward to the review! Looks awesome.

Albert A Rasch said...


I agree! All the American SpecOps are using 45 auto loaders for that very reason, they want the first shot to put the bad guy down, the next two are just insurance!

We are currently setting up for a little hog hunting with the Kriss, and that should be a telling experience. I'll be reporting on that adventure in detail.


Michael Spinelli said...


SWEET! I'm looking forward to seeing that review, and if you go hog hunting, that should really tell us something about the Kriss Super V CRB/SO!

Mike S

alexrkirby said...

please post range report ASAP

Anonymous said...

That is one fine piece of machinery!
The Hunter
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