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NRA Gun of the Week: KRISS Vector Gen II CRB

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Article first appeared at American Rifleman.

There is no doubt that KRISS USA is up to some interesting things. For example, the Vector Gen II CRB is a pistol-caliber carbine in the company’s line that is built around KRISS’ rather unique operating system. As a non-NFA firearm, this 16” carbine boasts flip-up sights, Picatinny rail and feeds from Glock pistol magazines. Interestingly, the Vector Gen II allows for easily swapping upper receivers between 9 mm Luger, 10 mm and .45 ACP. Watch this week’s video hosted by Kelly Young to learn more about the Vector Gen II.

For Additional Information: kriss-usa.com

Specifications:

Model: Vector Gen 2 CRB
Manufacturer: KRISS USA
Chambering: 9 mm Luger (tested), 10 mm Auto, .45 ACP
Action Type: Super V, delayed blowback, semi-automatic, center-fire rifle
Receiver: steel frame, polymer shell
Barrel: 16”
Magazine: Glock detachable box, 17-round
Overall Length: 35.25”-38.5”
Weight: 8 lbs., 5 ozs.
Sights: Magpul MBUS
Trigger: 7 lbs., 9 ozs.
MSRP: $1,579

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