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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  • Sadler

    You should check out the Noreen Bad News. That thing blows the Nemo out of the water, especially with the .338 LM chambering.

    You should also look into Arms-Tech’s SMIR. It’s a 300 WM rifle based on a custom Browning BAR action with a detachable box mag. They guarantee .5 MOA with it, but, as far as I can tell, they only sell to military/LE.

    • Shakleford

      An Arizona firearms company that only sells to Mil/Le? Isn’t that an oxymoron? The Bad News comes in .338 Lapua as well as .300 Win Mag and is piston driven.
      Although, I’d really love to see a head-to-head between the Noreen Bad News .338 Lapua, the Sword .338 Lapua and the Alexander Arms Ulfberht .338 Lapua.

  • Lance

    Love it they finally made a manly AR LOL. Except for the price it seems awesome. bet it be good for Snipers who want firepower and multishot capacity.

  • big daddy

    That was the most annoying sound effects/music ever. It was affecting my brain….

    • Nicholas C

      I tried to warn you. haha

    • tincankilla

      I blame “The Graphics Guy” for the music and not actually showing any shots strung together without cuts…

      • big daddy

        I turned the volume down and that did not help. I was a professional musician and that was the most obnoxious sounds I ever heard. It reminded me of the movie dumb & dumber, the part that Jim Carrey says do you want to hear the most annoying sound in the world?

  • 1911a145acp

    I would differ only slightly from big daddy- It was not the most annoying sound effects/music ever… but it was DAMN CLOSE! I have followed the development of this rifle and they seem to have built an outstanding platform- 190 grain 30 cal bullets at 3000 fps into less than 1 MOA has much potential. What market are they trying to reach with this video? International Military, U.S. Special forces, North American hunters… or Euro electronica punk bands on acid?

  • Vhyrus

    That music is called dubstep. To everyone over 40, I am sorry you were born too early to appreciate it.

    In all fairness though, that was definitely not very good dubstep.

    • Nicholas Chen

      I am 33 and I do not like it.

    • DW

      I am 23 and I do not like it.

    • Rogier Velting

      I’m 20 and hate it xD

    • Marc Fletcher

      I used to do preventative maintenance in my last job and the noise coming from faulty bearings and worn out gears is pretty damn close to some of the dubstep that is so ppopular these days….Distort sound enough and it becomes noise.

  • Jack Morris

    I had the opportunity to shoot one of these things out to 1000 yards during a special raffle event. It was surprisingly soft shooting for the magnum cartridge it fires! I didn’t make the shot due to 40mph crosswind gusts (that’s the excuse I keep telling myself) but it was a treat just to fire this fine gun!

  • Mark Hillard

    Very impressive.

  • Mark Petrozella

    The NEMO OMEN “Unicorn Killer” is by far my favorite rifle of all time! I NEED ONE SOOOOOO BAD!! I would kill”literally” for one!

  • EstebanCafe

    Wonderful looking / firing weapon.
    Maybe they were trying to juxtapose it with that dissonant cacophony and therefore ‘set it off’ as the figurative opposite ? If so, well done. But just remember that sometimes that kind of marketing backfires (no pun) and people instead associate the fine weapon with the obnoxious noise. Mr/Ms NEMO Marketer: it is the received and conventional wisdom that any press is good press; that is true as long as it is NOT YOUR OWN PRESS. This was a chance to showcase a fine weapon…FAIL.
    Marketing tips:
    1. Do not make your potential market/customers fight through a bunch of dissonance to get the feel of the weapon.
    2. Tell us what you’re going to tell us; then tell us; then tell us what you told us.