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The KRISS Vector series is a family of NFA and non-NFA weapons based upon the parent submachine gun design developed by KRISS USA. KRISS USA is formerly known as Transformational Defense Industries (TDI). They utilize asymmetrical recoil and in-line design to reduce recoil and muzzle climb.

The Vector's action was originally developed by French engineer Renaud Kerbrat. This action, the so-called Kriss Super V, is an articulated mechanism which allows the block and bolt to recoil off-axis into a recess behind the weapon's magazine well. The Vector family of weapons is the first to use this action; the company claims the .45 ACP chambering was chosen to demonstrate that the action could "tame" such a powerful round. Variants chambered for the .40 S&W and 9:19mm Parabellum round are currently in development. All KRISS Vectors operate with standard Glock magazines with the .45 ACP caliber weapons using the 13 round G-21 magazine.

The Vector's barrel is in line with the shooter's shoulder as in the M16 rifle, but also in line with the shooter's hand as with many target pistols. Combined, these factors reduce felt recoil and muzzle climb by eliminating the distance between the shooter's hand and the bore axis along with the action of the Super V Mechanism.

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