KRISS Group, is a Swiss-based company that specializes in small arms technology.
The company’s new brand, KRYTAC, recently released its first products: The Trident M4 CRB and SPR airsoft electric guns.
Airsoft electric guns are electro-pneumatic air rifles that fire non-lethal plastic ball projectiles. Products like the Trident M4 CRB and SPR are also widely used by law enforcement and military agencies as a low cost combat training alternative to the expensive simulation ammunition method.
The KRYTAC Trident M4 CRB and SPR are carbines with a 10.5-inch barrel and 14.5-inch barrel, respectively.
The CRB features a 10-inch free floating key mod hand guard, while the SPR features a 13-inch hand guard.
Each rifle is fitted with an adjustable KRYTAC stock that offers numerous battery storage options. The reinforced internals of both rifles feature 8mm ball bearing bushings, an integrated MOSFET, a modular spring guide, a padded cylinder head and a rotary style hop up.
Still in development, the spring decompression feature is being reserved for future production runs.
With an 11.1v LiPo 15c battery and 0.20g BBs, the Trident M4 CRB achieves a muzzle velocity of 365 feet per second with a rate of fire greater than 1440 rounds per minute. With the same battery and ammunition, the Trident M4 SPR achieves a muzzle velocity of 390 feet per second with the same rate of fire.
The KRYTAC Trident M4 CRB is available for $325 and the SPR $345.
For more information about the Trident M4 CRB and SPR, and other products from KRYTAC, please visit the brand’s newly launched website at Krytac.com.