Watch: 10mm Kriss Vector CRB Review
Kevin Felts 04.27.17
Sootch00 has posted another great video. This one is a review of the 10mm Kriss Vector CRB Gen 2 Carbine.
The Kriss Vector is available in a range of calibers and has a recoil mitigation system that keeps the carbine on target. A picatinny rail is on top and bottom for attaching optics and lights.
- Super V Recoil Mitigation System.
- Glock Magazine Compatible.
- Full Length MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny Top Rail.
- MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny Bottom Rail.
- Ambidextrous Short Throw Safety Lever.
- Available in 9mm, 45acp, 40S&W, 10mm, and 357 sig.
Notice the large compartment directly behind the magazine? That is where the super V recoil mitigation system is. Rather than the recoil going straight back and into the shoulder, the recoil mitigation system deflects the recoil downwards into a buffer spring. This keeps recoil low and the carbine on target.
Compatibility with Glock magazines is a big plus. This makes the Kriss Vector an ideal choice for people who want magazine standardization.
Personally, I would like to see a carbine like this in 357 magnum, 41 magnum, or 44 magnum. Why do the non-magnum handgun calibers get all the love?