Monday, July 13, 2020
A firearm? This is a firearm? The Kriss Vector. A firearm?
"The Kriss Vector series are a family of weapons based upon the parent sub-machine gun design developed by the American company Kriss USA, formerly Transformational Defense Industries (TDI). They use an unconventional delayed blowback system combined with in-line design to reduce perceived recoil and muzzle climb."
Here with the comments of an acknowledged weapons expert:
"The Kriss design is a kind of breakthrough or advancement, but one that did not make the impression hoped for. It appeared about 20 or more years ago; I recall seeing things about it both in the gun press as well as at shows as well as some video programs on sports-related news programs.. It re-directs the recoil almost 90 degrees, from directly back into the shoulder down towards the ground, supposedly making it easier for the shooter to recover and get the next round on target."
"I've always considered the 10mm round to be the best sub-machine gun round--far better than the 9mm and .45ACP rounds used yesterday (the .45) and the 9mm used today virtually universally. The 10mm is more controllable in carbine style weapons, of which sub guns are, and provides far more energy on target than the 9mm. It is not as large as the .45, but it is an over all round that does the job. .45s are too heavy to carry more than four full 20 or 30 round 'stick' magazines, whereas people regularly carry 6-10 magazines for the 9mm and the 10mm."
BUT I DON'T SEE A BAYONET LUG! HEAVEN FORBID SUCH AN OMISSION.
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