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Hello everyone, can someone tell me the pros and cons of this rifle? It seems very reasonably priced and I dont know how reliable or good it is for a shooter piece. I still like to have the shooter similar to the construction of the HK Mp5, but not breaking the budget. Can I swap HK parts into this easily?

VR9 SF MP5 Style 9mm Rifle $1299.00




VR9 SF Semi-Auto 9mm Rifle , This is a MP5 / HK94 Style rifle designed to provide the look & feel of a MP5 rifle at a fraction of the cost .These unique rifles operate on a simple & reliable blow pack principle and are not roller lock . They are built using a high quality LSC MP5 flat . All Parts have a manganese phosphate finished IAW 5.3.1.2 of Mil-STD-171, the U. S. governments recommended protective finish for steel and then has a teflon coating over that for maximum protection. This finish not only looks great but affords complete corrosion protection. This rifle has a 16.54” barrel with an over all length of 34.59” and weighs 6.43 pounds with out the mag. Side folder stock is solid with no looseness or wobble .This rifle has been tested fired at the factory with 60 rounds of ammo to insure proper function prior to shipment . Rifle comes with 1-30 round mag and padded rifle hard case . Backed up by a 1 year factory warranty .
 

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Am I nuts or is that stock folded on the wrong side?

Does it say who the mfg is? Besides an LSC flat. German parts (minus the required .922 amount.
 

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Run, Run far away. German parts will not fit. It is a blow back design and not a roller lock. I believe that Gorden at HK Specialist has some MKEs in the same price range.
 

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Just say no to crap. 556 is absolutely right. I had a Vulcan which was the predecessor to that pos. total junk.
 

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That's very deceptive. It should be posted as to the facts on HK incompatibility and no roller lock system. Caveat Emptor
 
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