Photo Of The Day – We take a look at the Enhanced KRISS Vector SDP. I had the opportunity to shoot it at the SHOT Show range day, but I have to admit that my memory is a bit faint since there was so much else going on at the same time in combination with a serious jet lag. Have you shot the Kriss Vector? What did you think about it?
From the KRISS Vector SBR Enhanced product page:
The KRISS Vector SBR Enhanced is the most versatile version of the Vector SBR. The addition of the MK5 Modular Rail offers more picatinny rail space for accessories. At the rear of the receiver sits the KRISS Ambidextrous Folding Stock, which cuts the overall length of the Vector SBR Enhanced by more than nine inches when folded.
At the heart of the Vector SBR Enhanced is the Super V System, a nonlinear, multilink, blowback system designed to redirect recoil energy down. The Super V System in conjunction with the low bore axis reduce felt recoil and muzzle climb. Like all KRISS Vector firearms, the SBR Enhanced is fed with full size Glock® magazines, offering cross compatibility of ammunition for a secondary or back up hand gun.
- Super V Recoil Mitigation System
- Glock® magazine compatibility
- Modular rail system
- Low bore axis
- Low profile flip sights
- Full length picatinny top rail
- Ambidextrous folding stock
Here’s a video of the enhanced Kriss Vector:
If the recoil – or more likely the cost of ammunition – keeps you from using a 9mm, they also have a KRISS Vector in 22LR – SDP or CRB.
All pictures by Jeremy Tremp at Offensive Marketing Group, used with permission.
What do you think of the Kriss and which caliber is your favorite?