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Posted: 2/27/2024 10:06:09 AM EDT
Battlehawk Armory.

I’ve ordered from them many times.

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Link Posted: 2/27/2024 10:33:08 AM EDT
Maybe at $500.  I know 3 people who have bought one, 2 sold them and the third never shoots it and says he should sell it.
Link Posted: 2/27/2024 11:05:50 AM EDT
that p50 tho
Link Posted: 2/27/2024 11:38:22 AM EDT
Clearing them out because of the Kriss Gen 3
Link Posted: 2/27/2024 11:52:23 AM EDT
Glad I just sold mine
Link Posted: 2/27/2024 12:39:21 PM EDT
I have 3 and like them, just not the control placement.

Thats about the cheapest they have been.

Well worth it if you want one.
Link Posted: 2/27/2024 6:27:53 PM EDT
I personally never saw the appeal but that's just me.
Link Posted: 2/27/2024 10:24:48 PM EDT
Wow, tough crowd. I like mine, although I don’t expect it, or anything else for that matter, to be the quintessential 9mm PCC. I just enjoy it for what it is. I wish I paid only $999.
Link Posted: 2/28/2024 10:10:18 PM EDT
Id think some more people WILL find them appealing at 999.

Lets see how long they last…
Link Posted: 3/2/2024 4:31:20 PM EDT
I had a first gen .45 acp pistol, while it was very accurate, the recoil mitigation was nothing like they said it supposed to be and felt like any other .45. Also, the gun was a monster to charge and many people had issues with it. Unless the hammer was compressed/cocked, which meant you had to disassemble the gun to do it, I had to use the edge of a table to charge it. I wound up selling it soon after, as I originally wanted to make it a sbr but there were more cons than pros.
Link Posted: 3/3/2024 7:44:52 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By patw:
I had a first gen .45 acp pistol…  Also, the gun was a monster to charge and many people had issues with it.
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Yeah, charging it becomes much easier when SBRed as one is able to pull it against their shoulder. I also had a .45 SBR initially, but didn’t like it that much, so I sold it.

I like my 9mm SBR. Lately, I’m using a .45/10mm slider that I got on sale with the stock 9mm recoil spring to minimize suppressed port pop and it still functions 100%.
Link Posted: 3/3/2024 8:24:31 AM EDT
Link Posted: 3/18/2024 12:42:36 PM EDT
That's a deal.  I like mine.  It is the best PCC?  Nope, not by a long-shot.  The biggest benefit of the Vector is that it's super controllable on full auto.

Even so, it's unique and I wouldn't sell mine for anything.  They are money-sink's though, as when you get that $999 CRB, you're going to want to add the correct stuff to it to make it look correct.

Here's my Gen 2 9mm SBR:

Link Posted: 4/12/2024 8:58:32 AM EDT
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I have one that I finally got hands on the sidefolding upper.  It was my first SBR so I’ve held onto it just because of that.  It’s a neat weapon but the dirtier it gets the more unreliable it is.  Without a can it’s no big deal but when suppressed it goes from fun to not fun  in around 250 rounds.  

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