This new carbine is pure plinking joy. The Vector design, with its extremely low bore axis and unique action, dubbed the Super V Recoil Mitigation system, includes a bolt that is hinged on an arm. Instead of reciprocating back and forth, the rearward motion of the bolt is redirected downward when the gun is fired. This effectively uses the recoil to fight muzzle flip, instead of sending it into the shooter’s shoulder. In large handgun calibers like .45 ACP and 10mm, the lack of recoil and muzzle rise is remarkable, even in full auto—chambered in .22LR, it’s uncanny.