At this stage we wont be importing anymore Kriss products until quality and reliability improves.
Kriss rimfires are very hit and miss. You may get a good one or you may get a bad one. If you get a good one you will need to buy an aftermarket firing pin that doesnt break.
For our customers who purchased one well under the extortionate price of the other importer, we will continue to provide support. We have an engineering firm working on fixing the firing pin problems and have sourced better aftermarket mags to help fix the feeding problems.
Our recommendation for a more accurate and reliable rimfire is to buy either a 10/22 or build one. Please see the custom rimfire section of the website. a custom 10/22 is superior in every way to a Kriss. Alternatively if it is the AR look you are going for then check out the HK416, Walther Tac R1 or the SW M&P15-22. These 3 rifles are a much better choice for competition use where reliability is required.
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Awesome, fun to use and consistent groupings also. Can’t wait to shoot in competition.
PURCHASING A FIREARM BY MAIL ORDER
Step 1) You need a New Zealand Firearms Licence to purchase a firearm. If you don't have a licence then consider applying for one. More information available here.
Step 2) If you have a firearms licence then you can purchase any of the A Category firearms or receivers on our website. Follow the normal checkout procedure to finalise the transaction.
Step 3) Complete a police mail order form. You can download one here with all our details already filled in. You will need to fill in the Make, Model, Calibre sections of the form. You will also need to fill in your personal details.
Step 4) Take the complete police mail order form to your local police station. They will then process the form and send us a signed copy.
Step 5) Once we receive the form, usually within 24 hours after you submit it, we send you the gun via The Firearm Dealer Network. We will email you tracking information so that you can see when the gun arrives at the firearm dealer for pickup.
You can also pick up the firearm from our shop during opening hours. Please checkout the Contact Us page for details on location and opening hours.