Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick has been only been shooting for the past 3 years but found his passion through competitive shooting. USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.


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  • kev

    There has been some real innovation in firearms in recent years….I wonder will we ever see the Kriss system applied to rifle systems (shotguns, full power rifle cartridges and so on) they were developing them but so far I haven’t seen a prototype just CAD drawings

    • SP mclaughlin
      • kev

        Wow!…….M41a Pulse rifle

      • Nicholas C

        Actually this is an old prototype for the KRISS Vector Carbine.

    • bbmg

      The Russians are playing with counter-recoiling pistons, seems to work well enough:

      • Raven

        Ah yes, the Akaban. The only firearm with a pulley inside.

      • kev

        The AEK 971, and the AK 107, wonder how their civilian Saiga mk107 is going the sad thing is Il never see it…(semi autos are heavily restricted in Ireland)

  • Suburban

    Where’s the Vector 9mm conversion kit? 9mm carbine?

    • Marc

      Where’s the Vector 9̶m̶m̶ 10mm conversion kit? 9̶m̶m̶ 10mm carbine?

      • Nicholas C

        Not in the near forseeable future. They are still working on a 22LR version and the K10 is going slow. The K10 is their platform for caliber change. The way it was designed allows for the user to change calibers without needing a gunsmith. At least this was the plan told to me by one of the KRISS ARMS Reps last year at SHOT SHOW.

  • rockstarartist

    Does the Kriss system make a difference in semi-autos? It gets high acclaims in the full-auto world, but I am wondering what kind of benefit it gives as a semi-auto weapon vs a non-Kriss semi-auto carbine? Thank you for anyone answering this and or pointing me to some links.

    • Nicholas C

      I have shot my Vector over 4k rds. I was fortunate to try a small variety of 45 ACP carbines. Thompson (full auto), Grease Gun (Full Auto), and a HK UMP (semi auto).

      I did not really notice it helping that much in semi auto guns. I do find that the Vector points great and really easy to get back on target compared to other pistol caliber carbines that I have shot. Hope that helps.

    • MrTrben

      I shot both SA and FA SBRs, probably 4-500 rounds FA and 200 SA and while fun to shoot, the extra cost for this .45 carbine just didn’t translate into sufficient value for me with the SA version. On the FA version, I saw the value instantly and you get great ROI. Maybe there is a value there in competition shooting but as I don’t and never have shot competitively, I can’t comment on that.

  • c-will

    Is it me or does the Sphinx bare a striking resemblance to the CZ P-07/09 family of handguns.