Vector CRB 9MM CA

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The California Compliant KRISS® Vector CRB features a fixed DEFIANCE® DS150 stock, giving the rifle an overall length of 36.5”, as well as a Kydex® grip wrap barrier. The California version of the Vector CRB is loaded through a ten round capacity GLOCK® magazine. Also included, for California models only, the KRISS® Picatinny Rail Cover Short and the KRISS® Picatinny Hand Stop will be preinstalled factory accessories.

 CA Compliant

 The KRISS Super V Recoil Mitigation System uses an innovative nonlinear operating system that revectors energy down and away from the shooter’s shoulder to dramatically reduce felt recoil and muzzle climb. This system allows the shooter to recover faster, for quicker and more accurate sequential shots.

An extremely low bore axis compliments the KRISS Super V Recoil Mitigation System by aligning the barrel with the user’s arm. This allows the user's body to work together with the KRISS Super V System for maximum control.

The latest generation of KRISS Vectors are capable of changing calibers to the user’s preference. Tool-less disassembly lets the user quickly change between lower receivers of different calibers in a matter of seconds.

Glock™ Magazine Compatible

The KRISS Vector is designed to use the reliable and ubiquitous standard Glock™ magazines. Allowing you to share the same equipment and makes it easy to adopt into any system or loadout.

Use your favorite red dot or optic of your choice with the MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny top rail. The 13” top rail gives you the flexibility to use any size or length optic of your choice, so you can zero in on your target.


  •  KV90-CBL22
  •  Gen II
  •  Semi-automatic
  •  Carbine
  •  9MM
  •  16"
  • Twist Rate: 1:10" RH
  • Overall Length: 36.38 in
  •  Black
  •  Back-Up Front & Rear Sight, 1 Mag
  •  Threaded
  •  10Rd
  •  Flip Up Front and Rear
  •  Modern Sporting Rifles



WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to