KRISS’ Super V Vector SBR/SO Short Barrel Rifle

The KRISS’ Super V Vector SBR/SO is now available as a short-barrel rifle version from TDI.

Transformational Defense Industries, Inc. (TDI) announced the release of their short-barrel rifle version of the KRISS Super V Vector CRB/SO, which is known as the KRISS Super V Vector SBR/SO. Other than a 5.5-inch barrel length for easier maneuverability and an upgraded 16mm barrel (versus the standard 15mm), the KRISSS BR/SO is the same firearm as the critically acclaimed CRB/SO.

The KRISS Super V Vector SBR/SO is ATF-approved and accommodates the innovative KRISS Super V mechanism that reduces felt recoil by more than 50 percent and reduces barrel elevation by more than 95 percent. The rugged SBR/SO fires .45ACP cartridges using a standard 13-round Glock 21 magazine with an optional 30-round extension kit. Compact at 16 inches when folded, it is also accurate up to 100 meters.

In addition to the full line of custom KRISS accessories available for the SBR/SO, TDI is offering a threaded barrel option with thread protector. KRISS-TDI also announced the availability of 7.5-inch aluminum and 8-inch titanium suppressors designed specifically for the KRISS .45ACP firearms, including the SBR/SO.

Designed and built by Quicksilver Manufacturing, this is the only suppressor certified by TDI for the full and semi-auto KRISS firearms. With its convenient size and lightweight, only 5.6 pounds unloaded and without accessories, combined with the improved accuracy and steadiness provided by the KRISS Super V System, the Vector SBR/SO allows for more maneuverability and precision than any other gun of its kind.

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