KRISS USA adds 9mm Vector to lineup

Heavily influenced by Maxim belt-fed heavy machine guns of the First Word War, the Vector utilizes a proprietary operating method that shifts the recoil impulse downward to counter muzzle climb.

KRISS USA, makers of the Vector family of firearms, showcased the new 9mm versions of their mainstay firearm at Big 3 East, near Daytona Beach, Florida. Heavily influenced by Maxim belt-fed heavy machine guns of the First Word War, the Vector utilizes a proprietary operating method that shifts the recoil impulse downward to counter muzzle climb. Original models were chambered solely in .45 ACP,  designed to reintroduce the concept of a submachine gun to the US military.

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