kriss vector g2 fde

Vector G2 9mm


Kriss Vector G2 Carbine, 9mm Glock magazines, collapsible stock

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The Vector’s action, the KRISS Super V System (KSVS), is an articulated mechanism which allows the bolt and an inertia block to move downward into a recess behind the magazine well.  The theory is that at the end of this travel, energy is transmitted downward rather than rearward. On return, however that downward force is negated by upward force. The Vector family of weapons is the first to use this action. .40 S&W and 9×19mm Parabellum variants were mentioned when the gun was first released. Gen 2 variants with multiple design changes and 9mm were confirmed at the 2015 SHOT show.  The firearm was designed to accept standard Glock pistol magazines. When fired, the barrel axis is in line with the shoulder as in the M16 rifle, but also in line with the shooter’s hand. This is intended to reduce muzzle climb when combined with the off-axis bolt travel.

The Gen II Vector features ergonomic improvements in the grip, an ambidextrous safety, and an improved safety.  The 9mm variant uses factory Glock 17 magazines and will accept Glock 33rd magazines as well.

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.45 ACP


13 rounds Extended 26 rounds