This year's National Shooting Sports Foundation SHOT Show, Feb. 2-5 in Las Vegas, will give the public a peak at the KRISS Super V Vector submachine gun in .45 ACP for military and law enforcement.
OK, yet another subgun, so what's the news? How could it help law enforcement?
Transformational Defense Industries Inc. says the weapon's redesign is "re-vectoring" the forces of felt recoil and "significantly reducing muzzle climb."
According to TDI, their technology allows a shooter "to put more rounds on target more often."
We take that to mean rescuers could put a lot of .45-caliber slugs in one target and not hose down the entire room.
-- Bill Miller