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Old May 25, 2007, 11:43 AM   #1
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Vector VS Heckler & Koch and UZI

I wondered if any one knew how the vector knock off of the Mp5k is comparabel in quaility to the h & K. I found a Vectok Mp5k Pistol grip, its classifed not as a rifle or pistol but any other weapon because it has a front grip; the guns price is $2500. Compared to a H & K MP5K with a factory coolant, 6 mags, lazer and thing that combines mags for $3,500. Which one should I go with? Is the Vector UZI for $900 a good buy. Could use some advice on what the best submachine gun is and where there sold?
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Old May 25, 2007, 11:50 AM   #2
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It's classified as a short-barreled rifle, which requires a registration form.
Better check into the legal stuff before you check into pricing.
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Old May 25, 2007, 12:53 PM   #3
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too high

Vector clone of MP5K in pistol form should run b/w $1000-$1500(need to file Form 1 to attach stock though). Anything above that and I would skip.

Vector Uzi in 9MM goes any where from $550-$750...I've seen them under $600 every so often on Sturm (www.sturmgewehr.com under semiauto).

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Old May 25, 2007, 12:56 PM   #4
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best smg?

depends on what you want.

Registered receiver Uzi and HK sear are probably the two best option.

#1 would be FA HK sear. They are a good option because you get FA in 5 calibers (9/.40/223/308/22LR).

#2 would be RR Uzi. This is a good choice becuz it allows FA in 3 calibers (45/9/22LR).

Last choice would be RLL for AR15 since it would allow full auto capability in any combination of lower and upper, with the possible exception of 22LR. So you get FA in 6.8, .223, .40, .45ACP, 9MM, .308, gas piston upper, etc. Compared to RDIAS, it's much easier to mate the lower with different upper (just swap the paddles).

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