Vector SBR for sale. The KRISS VECTOR SBR standard equipment includes an adjustable folding stock, top/bottom Picatinny Rails, ambidextrous F/S controls, custom flip-up iron sights, mini-cleaning kit, light receptacle cover for optional Surefire Executive Series lights, foregrip, cable lock and one Glock 21 13-round magazine.
|Overall Length Collapsed||24 in / 610 mm|
|Overall Length Extended||27.25 in / 692 mm|
|Operating System||Closed Bolt, Delayed Blowback|
|Stock||6 Position Adjustable Stock|
|Weight||7.0 lb / 3.1 kg|
|Barrel Material||4140 Chrome Moly|
|Barrel Finish||Black Nitride (QPQ)|
|Twist Rate||1:10″ RH|
|Trigger Type||Pivoting, Single Stage|
The KRISS VECTOR SBR is civilian legal; however, because it is classified as a National Firearms Act (NFA) weapon, it requires registration with the BATFE. Please inquire with your local Class III dealer for more information on legally obtaining this firearm.
The kriss Vector for sale uses an articulated mechanism referred to as the “Kriss Super V,”. This allows the bolt and an inertia block to move downward into a recess behind the magazine well. The theory is that at the end of this travel, the energy is transmitted downward rather than rearward. Thus reducing the felt recoil. When fired, the barrel axis is in line with the shoulder as in the M16 rifle, but also in line with the shooter’s hand. This helps to reduce muzzle climb when combined with the off-axis bolt travel. This it also greatly raises the sight line in comparison to the bore axis. Furthermore, the initial prototype model by TDI achieved a rate of fire of 1,500 rounds per minute (RPM). But they brought this down to around 1,200 rounds per minute (RPM) on the production models.
The Kriss Vector for sale is split into two major assemblies in a similar manner to the AR-15 rifle, secured together with four push pins. Due to the weapon’s unusual layout, the lower contains the action, charging handle, magazine well and barrel. Meanwhile the upper contains the ejection port, rail system, pistol grip and fire control components, as well as the stock for configurations that have one. This modular design of the kriss vector for sale allows for toolless caliber conversions. Done by swapping out only the lower. The Vector’s safety is ambidextrous (as well as the fire mode selector on the auto trigger pack). Meanwhile the ejection port, charging handle, bolt release catch and magazine releases are not. Instead, they are only available in a right-handed configuration