New for 2020: Kriss USA Vector in .22 LR

posted on January 28, 2020
Kriss USA is now offering a new caliber in its Vector rifle line. Released at SHOT Show 2020 last week, the Vector rifle will now be available in .22 LR. 

“We are very excited to add .22 Long Rifle to the list of calibers that the Vector is now chambered,” stated Kriss USA Marketing Manager, Tim Seargeant. “The release of the Vector .22 LR is an important milestone in the development of the Vector platform by making it more accessible to shooters of all skill levels and budget-minded consumers."

The rifle will be available in carbine (Vector CRB) and stabilizing brace (Vector SDP-SB) configurations with three color options; black, Flat Dark Earth and alpine white. The rimfire Vector firearms feature a low bore axis and a linear blowback action that are fed with a proprietary 10-round magazine, but 30-round proprietary extended magazine will also be available.

Featuring a 16-inch threaded barrel, surrounded by an M-Lok modular handguard, the Vector CRB .22 includes a picatinny top rail affixed with low-profile front and rear flip sights, ambidextrous safety and a six-position M4 stock.

With a 6.5-inch threaded barrel, the Vector SDP-SB .22 LR model features a picatinny top rail affixed with low-profile front and rear flip sights, ambidextrous safety and a SB Tactical Stabilizing Brace.

The new models will be the most affordable of the Vector series with a starting suggested retail price of $649. For more information visit


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