The new version of the Kriss Vector has an adjustable stock, making it easier to control. At Shot Show, those of us fortunate enough to get to Media Day on the Range got to shoot it, and I got to shoot it on Fully Automatic. If you’ve never had the chance, the gun does tend to drive to the right slightly as the brass is coming out in a steady stream. But the smile that comes with shooting on full auto lasted about 6 hours. It was the most fun I had the entire trip!
Not inexpensive, it is an unusual design, in the action comes back and down, vice straight back, which minimizes the recoil. Fun gun to shoot! Accurate, easy to handle…and on this occasion, FAST!
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