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Working Custom Kriss Vector bullpup[removable magazine and working charging handle]
Custom Bullpup configured SMG.My own design,it is chambered for .45 ACP,or 9mm cartridges with a 20 or 25(extended mag) round magazine.picattiny rails accept E O Tech sights,MARS sight,DOCTER sight,ACOG sight,reflex sight,flat top riser,Laser Aiming Module(LAM),tactical flashlights,PEQ2 and forgrips.It also allows rails for elevated sight mounting for Assault Rifle conversion.It has an interchangable barrel from 32cm to 37.5cm barrel.The M16 style charging handle allows for ambidextrous cocking.It has a slow fire rate of 500rpm.The SMG has an effective range of up to 250meters.
About this creation


Left side



Right side(Bi-pod attached)



Iron sight picture



Mag out displaying .45 round



With Glock 17 side arm...Rate and Tell me what you think!=)



Eh?Well...whats this?OH!!!Interchangable pistol sights...



Then whats this?NEW!!!Collapsable buttstock!



Just another view...(To show it's "compactness")



Buttstock folded out!
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-More pics-


charging handle relaxed



SMG cocked



MP5 Rear sights(I changed it cos it's much easier to use and it's more elevated from the cheek rest)

Now please rate and comment for more improvements...



Comments

 I like it 
  December 15, 2012
Very nice (it's so awesome I'm going to pee my pants)aaaaahhhhh!!!!!lolypop yayyayayayayayayayayayayay poopy it's SATRDAY!!!!! Oh $@&#}%^>*+¥£€|~,?+*^%#@)(&)$&@.....?
 I like it 
  March 10, 2012
If you remember back when you said I should make an SAR-21? Well its done now!
 I like it 
  November 14, 2011
Great gun! I really like how you added a shoulder strap. I might use that in future guns. thanks! and great gun!!
 I made it 
  November 4, 2011
Quoting Ryan C. Hello, sorry that i had no time to answer before. The idea of a bolt action mechanism is an angled piece of lego, that gets placed behind the magazine in ready to fire mode. When you pull the trigger it snaps forward, shooting the piece out of the barrel. For similar mech PICTURES,look at my TMP, an use it if you want. . btw. PERFECT GUN! 5/5 A good name would be CKVB-smg
Well...I get it thanks...
Guns And Stuff
Ryan C.
  November 3, 2011
Hello, sorry that i had no time to answer before. The idea of a bolt action mechanism is an angled piece of lego, that gets placed behind the magazine in ready to fire mode. When you pull the trigger it snaps forward, shooting the piece out of the barrel. For similar mech PICTURES,look at my TMP, an use it if you want. . btw. PERFECT GUN! 5/5 A good name would be CKVB-smg
 I like it 
  October 14, 2011
Sorry for double comment, but if your looking for a name how about "KV-BM4" (Kriss Vector Bullpup M4). just a suggestion.
 I made it 
  October 14, 2011
Friends!What do you think i should name this gun?=)It is nameless and i don't like it...Any suggestions?=)PLS???
 I like it 
  October 13, 2011
Dang dude, thats sweet!
 I like it 
  October 13, 2011
very good gun, nice details and the color is awesome! 5/5
 
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