For 2015, KRISS has made some improvements to its well-known Vector line of .45 ACP carbines, SBRs, pistols, and SMGs. In fact, one of these changes — I won’t taunt the caliber commandos by calling it an improvement — is Vector availability in 9mm and, due to the existing design, the capability to easily switch between 9×19 and .45 ACP. Other changes and improvements are detailed after the jump. Also on display at the KRISS booth aside from SPHINX pistols (SPHINX booth tour video here) were airsoft guns and .22 LRs from KRYTAC, including the War Sport LVOA rifle designs that they recently licensed. These are meant for realistic, but inexpensive training. Just don’t confuse the airsofts and the .22s. . .
2015 changes to the KRISS Vector:
- Improved trigger — pivoting instead of sliding
- Accessory barrel shroud — nicer aesthetics
- Cerakote in FDE and OD Green
- 9mm version, compatible with GLOCK magazines
- Additional texturing on front of receiver as well as on pistol grip
- Safety selector in easier-to-reach location