Kriss didn't create the Vector platform to simply LOOK advanced. Inside the admittedly-cool exterior lies one of the finest firearm innovations we've seen in some time: the Super V Recoil Mitigation System. This unique operating system redirects energy down and away from the shooter, virtually eliminating felt recoil and muzzle climb. The low bore axis takes it a step further, ensuring that the recoil travels back, not up.
The Gen II SDP: the Vector Self Defense Pistol.
The Vector SDP is the Non-NFA semi-automatic pistol variant of the Vector platform. It features a short, threaded, 5.5” barrel. A rear quick detach sling point assists with carrying the firearm. Additional standard equipment on the KRISS Vector SDP are the Magpul MBUS sights, full-length Picatinny top rail and a Glock Magazine. Although this SDP maybe small, it still has the same capabilities as its larger counterpart, and is civilian legal in most states.
Additionally, the SDP features all the Gen II enhancements of its larger counterparts, like a chrome-lined barrel, beefed-up barrel contour, improved fire control group, and a re-positioned fire/safe switch, among others.