New Products From KRISS USA | TFBTV | Shot 2017

Who doesn’t love a sub gun? How about a sub gun in 10mm? Patrick takes several calibers of the KRISS sub gun on a test drive along with the brand new DMK-22 AR-15 styled .22 lr gun. Tons of new products for KRISS and even a night sight solution for Sphinx SDP owners!

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  • JumpIf NotZero

    Who doesn’t love a sub gun? How about a sub gun in 10mm?

    Well… considering ratio of people who say they want a 10mm subgun and the number of people who will actually buy one let alone use it: Very Much Most People.

    I’m certain the sales numbers for the 10mm KRISS are amazingly low. This will be a lesson to KRISS that customers don’t actually know what they want, but say they do.

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    • Vitsaus

      Too many people wanting boutique guns in boutique calibers, at flea market prices.

    • Aono

      “I’m certain the sales numbers for the KRISS are amazingly low.”


    • Chris Cosby

      I think the bigger thing is that they are offering it in 40sw. That one will sell more. With that in mind they really just need to ream the barrel out to 10mm and I’m guessing use a stronger recoil spring.

      Also more vendors are offering 10mm mp5 style clones in various configs. They are selling. This kriss in 10mm will not be a big seller but I’m guessing it will sell with kriss only needing to keep a few different parts on hand to make it.

      I can’t say much though, my dealer ordered a 10mm sbr one with his distributor for me. No telling when it will actually show up but I’m interested. I think he might end up getting one for himself too.

    • maodeedee

      I have a 10mm Glock model 20SF and I absolutely LOVE the 10mm cartridge and the only reason I wouldn’t buy a KRISS in 10mm or any other caliber is because of their looks but mostly because of their cost.

      I’m saving up for a mech-tech upper for my 10mm Glock and hope to find some mag extensions that actually work.

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    Cool .22.
    Scared to ask the price.

    • $769, IIRC.

      • Wow!

        I don’t understand these companies. Why build an expensive non-compeitive product and just rely on your brand? It never works unless you are in the competition market and then you only last for about a decade before some new guy makes a shinier piece of metal.

  • Keiichi

    So stupid to have the handguard on that rifle run all the way out to the muzzle. I don’t care how small the cartridge is – they’re just asking for someone to get injured by either putting their hand in front of the muzzle or burning themselves with the muzzle brake.

    Doesn’t make any sense – either from the standpoint of liability for the company selling it or the safety of the consumer.

    • Dude

      Don’t put your hand in front of the muzzle then. Problem solved.

  • maodeedee

    It’s about time somebody made a 10 mm sub gun. hopefully it will be offered as a carbine so you wouldn’t have to get an NFA stamp for SBR and hopefully it will have a hi-cap mag.

  • CharlesH

    I remember when Tim worked in the Airsoft industry for AirsoftGI, he always seemed depressed in his videos.

    • A bearded being from beyond ti

      He doesn’t look very cheery here either.

  • Steven Kaspar

    How many regular gun owners can go out and buy any sub gun, waste of a video.