Ah...The KWA KRISS Vector Gas Blowback Airsoft SMG
I'll tell you all about the KWA KRISS Vector after the jump...
The first thing I noticed when I shot the Airsoft KRISS for the first time was that there is virtually no recoil even though it's technically considered a gas blowback gun. KWA has actually been able to replicate the form AND function of the actual Super V recoil management system. It's pretty sweet!
Safe & Fire selector switch. Interestingly enough, there are two separate switches for fire selection. The switch above the grip only toggles between safe and fire, but the switch just behind the ejection port is what dictates whether you're firing in semi-auto, two-round burst or full auto. People with short little carnie fingers may have some trouble reaching the front switch without having to remove their hand off the pistol grip. Both of those switches are ambidextrous, btw. So you could just use your other hand for that.
Just for funsies, I've include a perfect pairing, in my opinion:
The KWA KRISS Vector SMG and the KWA HK45 GBB Airsoft Pistol.
The KWA KRISS Vector release date is schedule for mid-summer, 2012 with a price point between $300-$400. It will run on green gas or propane (basically the same thing, essentially). Rest assured, Pyramyd Air will have some in stock as soon as they become available, so keep your eyes peeled for the announcement.
So what are YOUR thoughts about the KWA KRISS Vector?
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