Google Glass vs Two KRISS Vector SMGs

Twin vectors

RatedRR tested out Google Glass 2.0. Using high speed video he captures all the information and shows us the details. The Google Glass did very well in its first two tests. But does not fair well against the KRISS SMG test. Just to kick it up a notch, he uses two KRISS SMGs. Totally scientific and worthwhile test. Now those with Google Glass 2.0 will no longer ponder if their Google Glass will protect their eyes. Clearly not.KRISS Glass


Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick has been only been shooting for the past 3 years but found his passion through competitive shooting. USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.


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  • http://postmodernpulp.com/ Jack Badelaire

    That…was a really expensive “test”.

  • Renegade

    I was hoping I would see the Vector being fired from the point of view of Google Glass. Which will probably be closest I will get to firing a full-auto Vector.

    Is this the start of a new web series?

    Will It Vector?

    • gunslinger

      i can see the use of GG for military/LEO/Security..etc operations.

      just think, now the CoD/BF/CS junkies can make “real” movies now.

    • Nicholas C

      Actually dont hold your breath. I got a chance to try someone’s google glass while shouldering a rifle. The POV from Google Glass does not work with a rifle. Possibly if you were left handed. But as a righty, your head tilts a little and the Google Glass lens ends up pointing off to the right of the rifle.

      Here is my video from Shot Show 2013. There is First Person POV of me shooting a Vector SMG.

    • themaddie

      I was more hoping to see google glass recording a spray of bullets in it’s direction. Which is hopefully the closest I hope to getting fired at by a full-auto Vector.

  • Andrew

    pointless….but fun to watch the slow motion

  • Gregor

    Always great to see someone destroying expensive stuff that other people would be probably happy to own. Or at least be happy to have the money it costs. How much is Google Glass right now, $1500 plus tax?

    • M.M.D.C.

      My guess is that RatedRR makes a profit destroying expensive stuff, but even if he just breaks even it’s makes for cool slow-mo.

  • ColaBox

    His Vector shook ALOT in slow-mo, isn’t that bad? Or am I just not understanding the make up of polymers?

    • wetcorps

      All guns shake, and polymer guns aren’t the one that shake the most. Ever seen slwo-mo footage of an AK?

      • ColaBox

        Now I have, still seems to me like the Vector shook harder, the entire frame rocked where as the AK just has a kinda floppy barrel from what I can tell.

  • guest

    Take that volley of slow .45 cal bullets from my very wobbly submachinegun, you small piece of electronics!

  • http://www.federaleagent86.blogspot.com/ Federale

    I thought he would drop the Vector in fish tank as well.

  • Jeff

    What a ridiculous video.

  • LCON

    You tube Where Electronics Go to Die… Incredibly Awesome Deaths!!!

  • BattleshipGrey

    Interesting how much that barrel flexes.

  • gunslinger

    from the video… how does a suppressor increase rate of fire?

    • Nicholas C

      I believe it is due to the increase of backpressure.

  • who cares?

    This is, of course, truly, astoundingly, mind-boggling cool. Yet I wonder about the practicality of it. A gazillion RPM doesn’t do you much good if your ammo is gone before you can get your finger off the trigger.