While the KWA KRISS Vector is extremely compact, it’s also fairly heavy. My first impression is that the KRISS weighs about as much as a short barreled AR. It is smaller, so may be more ideal for really close quarters such as vehicular operations. In addition, the KRISS Vector sports a two round burst, as well as semi and full auto. This burst is capable of putting two rounds in the same hole with a single trigger pull.
The gun itself is built extremely well. The folding stock is solid, and features an adjustable length of pull. Because the majority of the weight is forward, the balance felt a little odd, since I’m used to using the AR platform. Many of the other people who handled the KRISS Vector and KWA Vector GBB loved the compact feel.
Overall Length (Retracted) = 40 cm [15.75″]
Overall Length (Extended) = 63 cm [24.80″]
Overall Height = 17.5 cm [6.89″]
Inner Barrel Length = 125 mm
Inner Barrel Diameter = 6.05 mm
Weight = 2.66 kg [5.86 lbs]
Caliber = 6 mm
Rate of Fire = 13+ RPS
Velocity = 110-116 MPS [360-380 FPS]
Energy Output with 0.20g BB = 1.2 Joules
Gas System = FV
Propellant = Green Gas
Realistic construction and field stripping
Fiber reinforced polymer upper and lower receiver
Aluminum alloy inner frame
Closed Bolt, simulated KRISS Super V System delayed-blowback
Adjustable front and rear folding sights
Semi, 2 round burst, and full auto selective fire
*Individual test results may vary depending on brand of BBs, ambient temperature, and chronograph used.