Last Saturday, October 19, during the Airsoftcon 2019 convention in California, KRYTAC presented 3 premiere products. The first is the limited AEG KRISS Vector Alpine:
with the 2.1 receiver version, a 6.5-inch barrel and MK5 front and an enlarged space for the battery. The set includes 2 magazines: a standard one holding 50 BBs and an additional one with a capacity of 95 BBs.
The second novelty is the Trident MKII-M PDW sub-carbine with a 5-inch M-LOK front and the new CCS stock, which also has an enlarged space for the battery.
The third novelty is a mid-cap magazine with a capacity of 150 BBs with a characteristic and functional window that allows you to estimate the amount of ammunition left: if the BBs end just above the bottom edge of the window, it means that there are only about 30 of them in the magazine.
Both replicas will appear in stores this December. The suggested retail price is 499 USD for the KRISS Vector Alpine (only 3000 will be made) and 325 USD for the Trident MKII-M PDW. The magazines are available now. Suggested prices is 16 USD per one or 70 USD for set of 5.