The cool thing about the adjustable stock is when you mortar it you just know your ball skin will get pinched in it.
Either you mortar strangely or you have some longggg sacks my friend
Certaindeaf is not your “average” baller. More on the “big” baller side, but I digress….
Yep the item # is starting to show up on distributors and given the cost I'm seeing I would say you're right on the money with the $1,700-$1,800 street price, but a lot of guys will probably ask full retail to start with due to the popularity/someone will still buy it if they want it that badly.For new folks - This is the imported Croatian military rifle; not some Springfield bullpup clone. $1999 street price makes this hopefully around $1700-1800 street price, which puts it in the "normal" range for AUGs, Tavors, etc.
My bullpup has had no issues.. just saying lolFirst SW copies Keltec, now Springfield?
SW F’d up their KSG clone with weak barrels…
Maybe Springfield will do better copying Keltecs RDB.
Im curious if it’s just another imported gun like their pistols or if they will make this in the states.
Probably by the Croatian military.Has it gone thru military contract trials and been adopted any military?
The VHS has been adopted by 4 countries as it's main infantry firearm: Croatia, Austria, Australia and New Zealand. Several countries have purchased them for specific law enforcement and military units.Probably by the Croatian military.
It went thru the French military trials. Ian said it came in second, another guy (I have never heard of) said it did not make it thru the first round, that HK & FN(?) made it to the second round?
I like some of the features, but I am in no hurry to buy more rifles at this point in time.