The New Strike KRISS Vector Picatinny Stock Adapter

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by Luke C.

Strike Industries is always at the forefront of providing their customers with innovative ways of making their guns more useful for them. The KRISS Vector pistol is one of those rigs that while compact, has limited use without a solid and stable platform to shoot from. Strike Industries is proud to introduce the new Strike KRISS Vector Picatinny Stock Adapter which will allow you to use either a pistol stabilizing brace or a standard rifle stock if you’ve converted your KRISS SDP to an SBR.

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The New Strike KRISS Vector Picatinny Stock Adapter

The Strike Industries KRISS Vector Picatinny Stock Adapter is designed to seamlessly mount a 1913 Picatinny interface stock and/or stabilizer. This adapter is the perfect tool for a custom and secure fit. It features a precision-cut channel with included exact length set screws that effectively prevent any unwanted rotation. To ensure maximum stability, the adapter comes with a castle nut to secure it firmly to your Vector upper.

With its 2-slot Picatinny rail section, it provides optimal versatility. Quick and easy to install, this all-inclusive kit has everything you need to convert your Vector GEN 2.1 upper. Durability is a guarantee, as the adapter is machined from high-quality 6061-T6 aluminum, offering exceptional strength and longevity. Opt for the Strike Industries KRISS Vector Picatinny Stock Adapter to enhance the performance and handling of your firearm.


The Strike KRISS Vector Picatinny Stock Adapter features a 2-slot Picatinny section for the attachment of brace or stock adapters and is manufactured from aluminum meaning it’ll be durable enough to withstand some abuse. The KRISS Vector Picatinny Stock Adapter will be sold for $41.95 and is available for purchase now from the Strike Industries website.

Luke C.
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  • Ptrog Ptrog on Nov 01, 2023

    is there really a market for vector anything?

  • Marinc Marinc on Nov 02, 2023

    Airsofters gonna eat this up. That has to be who this is designed for. No one would seriously consider owning a vector in 2023.