[SHOT 2024] KRISS USA Unveil New Gen 3 Vector

KRISS USA, a renowned firearms manufacturer, has unveiled its latest innovation – the Gen 3 Vector. Unveiled at SHOT 2024, the new generation Vector boasts a host of enhancements and redesigns, making it a much-anticipated release for firearms enthusiasts.

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The New Strike KRISS Vector Picatinny Stock Adapter

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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Liberty Suppressors Introduces the VECTOR Rimfire Silencer

Liberty Suppressors has introduced a new rimfire can called Vector. It is designed from the ground up to be a modular, user serviceable product that is easy to disassemble and clean even after high round count. Here is how the company describes this suppressor:

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[SHOT 2018] KRISS USA's Latest Products for 2018

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.

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MOD*X(TM) Side Folder Mechanism for the KRISS Vector

American Built Arms Company has recently released a version of their MOD*X™ Side Folder Mechanism for the KRISS Vector series of pistols to allow a user to mount an ATF approved pistol brace on. The side folding mechanism simply threads directly onto the rear of a Vector pistol, and folds to the left of the firearm. It locks in position on the left, and then unlocks via a button on the mechanism itself, allowing a user to unfold the stock to the right and lock the pistol brace into position to fire the pistol. Customers have to purchase their own brace buffer tubes that thread into the mechanism on their own. Be sure to not purchase an AR rifle tube as this constitutes a rifle stock, thus turning the pistol into an illegal SBR.

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New Products From KRISS USA | TFBTV | Shot 2017

Who doesn’t love a sub gun? How about a sub gun in 10mm? Patrick takes several calibers of the KRISS sub gun on a test drive along with the brand new DMK-22 AR-15 styled .22 lr gun. Tons of new products for KRISS and even a night sight solution for Sphinx SDP owners!

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TFB REVIEW: KRISS Vector in 10mm!

It’s hard to believe that more than a decade has past since the development and release of the original KRISS Vector. By now, if you haven’t shot a KRISS, know someone who owns one or at least handled one in a gun store, it’s safe to say you’ve been seriously lost: we are talking Tom-Hanks-desert-island kind of lost. Love or hate the design and ergonomics, this is what firearms innovation looks like. And now, after all these years, KRISS has finally released the Vector in the the sledge hammer-force caliber of 10mm.

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BREAKING: Is Kriss Group (Swiss) Going Bankrupt? (UPDATE: KRISS USA to Takeover Swiss Business)

Manufacturer of the Vector submachine gun, and parent company to Sphinx System AG, makers of high-end CZ 75 handgun derivative, may be in financial trouble. At the end of 2015, Sphinx System AG was declared bankrupt; now its parent company may be in danger as well due to court-ordered restructuring. From DWJ.de:

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KRISS Arms 2015 Products

At the SHOT Show Range Day, KRISS Arms brought out some interesting things out to the range.

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Throwback Thursday KRISS TDI Items

For Throwback Thursday I wanted to share with you items that were given out or sold by KRISS back when it was KRISS TDI. Some of these are a little more recent when they switched to KRISS ARMS and dropped TDI as part of their name.

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KRISS Vector Right Hand Magazine Release

Necessity is the mother of invention. Last year, when I was living in NY state, I figured out that I could use my KRISS Vector faster if I could release the magazine with my right hand. We were only allowed 10 rd magazines so reloading was crucial to action pistol caliber matches at my club. I had been shooting my Vector Carbine like an AR and using an extended thumb over bore grip with my left hand. The KRISS Vector magazine is a Glock 21, so the magazine catch is also a Glock design. I would have to release my left hand, move to the magwell, press the mag release and then go for a fresh mag. I then developed a magazine release lever that is mounted to the right side of the weapon. It makes reloads much faster.

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KRISS Vector charging handle issues

Since May of 2012, there have been a few complaints from KRISS Vector owners about the difficulty in pulling the charging handle on their KRISS Vectors. It didn’t matter if it was a Carbine, SDP pistol, or SBR. Some owners have mitigated the problem with 500 rds+ of ammo as well as storing their Vector with the bolt locked open. Here Justin Bove shows how difficult it is to charge his Vector SBR.

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Dallas Sheriff SWAT: KRISS Vector Vs. H&k UMP (Part 2)

As seen in Part 1 of the KRISS Vector test with the DeSoto Police Department, I promised a part two with the guys you call when the expletive hits the proverbial fan: SWAT.

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Texas PD Training: KRISS Vector Vs. H&K UMP (Part 1)

First and foremost I would like to thank everyone involved in helping get this series of articles together. Without Phil (our T&E Manager and Senior Writer) helping bridge the connections between KRISS USA and myself, without the good people at the DeSoto Police Department (especially officer Tyndall), and of course with the support of our readers this would not have been possible. I know it took at least three or four months of planning, several date changes, and 250 emails on my end alone to get this together, but in the end it was one of the neatest events I have ever been a part of.

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Kriss Vector Airsoft vs. "Real Steel"

Dom took these photos at IWA ’12 of a real KRISS Vector and a the official KRISS Vector airsoft gun. The detail on the airsoft version is incredible.

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