onebarrelonedog Posted March 6, 2009 Share Posted March 6, 2009 (edited) I am looking for the next shotgun to add to my collection (anticipated purchase sometime in the next few months) and I've been hoping, should the Vinci strike my fancy, that it will be available for purchase during this time frame. Anyway, in a Google search inspired by another possible gun choice, I cam across the following post by a rather confident sounding guy over on another site: "I know what they’ve been working on, and, it’s likely to be what the new shotgun Vinci is. They’ve been working with TDI, the makers of the KRISS-V sub machine gun, to build their KRISS MVS Shotgun. The discription is as follows: “KRISS MVS Shotgun: TDI is in final development of what will be the most innovative breakthrough in auto-loading shotgun operating systems in more than 100 years. The KRISS MVS 12ga. shotgun will be chambered to 3″, feature a downward eject/feed system, and in keeping with the tradition of the KRISS Super V System, will reduce felt recoil and barrel elevation by as much as 50% over competitve gas or mechanically-operated auto-loaders and will be the fastest-cycling and lightest weapon in its class. No matter if your passion is the field, the pond or the range, please stay tuned to this site and look for the introduction of the KRISS MVS 12ga. at the 2008 ShotShow in Las Vegas…” This is why the whole thing is such a big secret. It’s a completely new opporating system that will change the face of the semi-auto shotgun. Really, you must check this out." found this over at thefirearmblog*com Edited March 6, 2009 by onebarrelonedog Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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