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Article: KRISS Vector
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The selective fire submachine gun variant, the '''Vector SMG''', features a 5.5 inch barrel, folding stock, flip-up Midwest Industries sights (BUIS), Picatinny rails, and three-mode selective fire (single, two-round burst, full-auto).
 
The selective fire submachine gun variant, the '''Vector SMG''', features a 5.5 inch barrel, folding stock, flip-up Midwest Industries sights (BUIS), Picatinny rails, and three-mode selective fire (single, two-round burst, full-auto).
   
Three semi-automatic version are produced for the US Market. The '''Vector CRB''' is the semi-automatic carbine with a {{convert|16|in|mm|adj=on}} barrel. The standard model has a folding stock (fixed in states where state law prohibits). The '''Vector SBR''' is a short-barreled version featuring the 5.5" SMG barrel but it is not capable of full automatic fire. The '''Vector SDP''' is a pistol version that has a permanently affixed cap with a sling mount in place of a folding stock. An enhanced version is sold with a full-length picatinny rail on top as well as an M4 carbine style collapsing stock in place of the folding stock.
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Three semi-automatic you fat adasjfn uhggdugyh version are produced for the US Market. The '''Vector CRB''' is the semi-automatic carbine with a {{convert|16|in|mm|adj=on}} barrel. The standard model has a folding stock (fixed in states where state law prohibits). The '''Vector SBR''' is a short-barreled version featuring the 5.5" SMG barrel but it is not capable of full automatic fire. The '''Vector SDP''' is a pistol version that has a permanently affixed cap with a sling mount in place of a folding stock. An enhanced version is sold with a full-length picatinny rail on top as well as an M4 carbine style collapsing stock in place of the folding stock.
   
 
An second generation version of the Vector called the '''K10''' was announced at SHOT Show 2011.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.defensereview.com/kriss-k10-super-v-vector-xsmg-submachine-gun-smg-product-improvedupgraded-multi-caliber-subgun-for-special-operations-forces-sof-and-close-quarters-battle-cqb-applications-shot-show-2011-phot/ | title = KRISS K10 Super V Vector XSMG Multi-Caliber Submachine Gun (SMG) and DEFIANCE Silencers/Sound Suppressors: Redesigned and Improved .45 ACP/9mm/.40 S&W Subgun for Special Operations Forces (SOF) and Close Quarters Battle (CQB) Applications (SHOT Show 2011 Photos!) | first = David |last = Crane | publisher = DefenseReview.com | work = Featured, Personal Defense Weapons, Special Operations, Submachine Guns | date = 4 February 2011}}</ref> This is a slightly more compact weapon that uses the same Super V System. The largest main difference is the use of a telescopic stock that collapses into the upper receiver rather than the earlier folding stock. The cocking handle operates downward instead of horizontally. The K10 was not displayed after SHOT 2013 and its status us unknown.
 
An second generation version of the Vector called the '''K10''' was announced at SHOT Show 2011.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.defensereview.com/kriss-k10-super-v-vector-xsmg-submachine-gun-smg-product-improvedupgraded-multi-caliber-subgun-for-special-operations-forces-sof-and-close-quarters-battle-cqb-applications-shot-show-2011-phot/ | title = KRISS K10 Super V Vector XSMG Multi-Caliber Submachine Gun (SMG) and DEFIANCE Silencers/Sound Suppressors: Redesigned and Improved .45 ACP/9mm/.40 S&W Subgun for Special Operations Forces (SOF) and Close Quarters Battle (CQB) Applications (SHOT Show 2011 Photos!) | first = David |last = Crane | publisher = DefenseReview.com | work = Featured, Personal Defense Weapons, Special Operations, Submachine Guns | date = 4 February 2011}}</ref> This is a slightly more compact weapon that uses the same Super V System. The largest main difference is the use of a telescopic stock that collapses into the upper receiver rather than the earlier folding stock. The cocking handle operates downward instead of horizontally. The K10 was not displayed after SHOT 2013 and its status us unknown.
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Date: Wednesday, the 11th of May 2016 at 09:47:20 PM
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Wednesday, the 11th of May 2016 at 09:47:20 PM #104276
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