"Your buying this gun strictly for cosmetics tbh and to scare new players lol, I have an evo and an arp9 and I can tell you that they both have a far grater trigger response and cost less, the vector does have the weight and beefyness that we all crave and that unique look but if you got an ichy trigger finger then don't buy it because you are probably gunna break it somehow, it does however have a safety switch to unjam the gearbox but that was probably a last ditch effort so they could hurry up and release this gun, now the things I am impressed with the gun for "stock" version it shoots at 275😐 But it has some pretty ridiculous Range for an smg and the rate of fire is at 18 ras
But for its last good thing is the cosmetics it resembles the real kriss vector almost identically with slight deviations but I don't think the gun is worth 449$ that's som bs tbh even the arp9 did just as good as a job than this thing for half the price so it makes you wonder where krytac took its time 😂 Purely cosmetics..... not impressed with my first krytac product
"Ahh, The Krytac Kriss Vector. There's just so much to say about it, so I'll start by saying that this gun is absolutely bonkers and pictures do NOT do it justice. It looks better in person fourfold, and it's a bit bigger than you'd expect from a very compact SMG/PDW, but not by much in that regard, as its size really lends itself well to "One Size Fits All".
This gun sports very crisp and numerous trademarks that transcend all other trademarks on any other gun I have seen. The amount of detail put into this airsoft "death-machine" is handled with the utmost care and Krytac's external quality here does not disappoint yet again. The body is made of 95% polymer, but don't let that sway you, the build quality is absolutely superb and this gun will hold up to beatings. External quality, 5/5.
Internally, this sports some very nice tech. The spring, gearbox, and part of the nozzle actually sit at an angle behind the mag well to make the internal guts fit inside the Kriss Vector platform. But, despite such a strange system being jammed into it, the internals are astounding out of the box. Sure, you'll want to put in upgrades at some point, but, it will definitely hold its own fully stock out in the field whether it's CQB or field.
Keep in mind, the gearbox is MOSTLY compatible with version 2 gearbox parts, be sure to do research before you decide to tech this gun, as the gearbox is most likely much different to what you're used to. Overall, internal quality gets a 4/5 only because of its complexity and process to disassemble. The battery compartment is the worst offender of this gun, as you can only use batteries that are slim and short enough to for the pistol grip. I recommend an 11.1v buffer tube sized battery or smaller. No more, no less.
So, let's move on to Pros and Cons!
-Hefty, durable, and very sturdy
-Very accurate, groupings were surprisingly very good for such a short barrel at a distance
-Huge top rail space for whatever optic you want to run
-Very solid out of the box if you don't like to tech your guns
-Feels good in the hands
-RoF is awesome with an 11.1v lipo
-Really nice looking
-Trigger feels a bit meh for rapidly firing in semi-auto
-Battery space is small and limits your battery choices unless you don't care and let it hang
Final verdict: Absolutely one of the most fun airsoft guns I have ever had the pleasure of shooting. The small grievances are vastly overshadowed by how great this gun really is. Made by Krytac, the price will be quite high, but in my experience, worth every single penny. If the price tag is no obstacle, then by all means, this gun should be a contender for your next purchase. You will not regret it!