The Kriss Vector has drawn quite the following with its sci-fi appearance as a gun that looks like it belongs in World War 4. The Kriss Super V recoil mitigation system technology has also attracted many to the platform. The Vector also gained great popularity as a Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) due to its use of venerable Glock magazines. This year Kriss has released many new accessories and upgrades to compliment their current Vector offerings.
The Gen 2 SBR adds the new folding stock and the new modular rail to the Vector. While folding into a tight package for compact storage, this folding stock provides for easy transportation of the SBR.
The stock is also designed to extend to ensure the shooter can properly adjust for length of pull. The new Vector Modular Rail (VMR) surrounds the 6.5’ barrel, providing additional real estate for mounting accessories at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock. The VMR also provides more area for the support hand as well as a full-length bottom rail. The VMR comes in the MK1, MK9, and MK11 configurations to provide varying lengths, heights, and attachment options for the Vector.
As the stabilizing brace grows in popularity, Kriss has partnered with SB tactical for a new stabilizing brace for the Vector platform.
The KRISS Defiance line also added a new 22 pistol with the option of adding the new stabilizing brace.
While not at the show, the booklet showed a possible collaboration with War Sport featuring a Defiance rifle running an LVOA rail system.