The Vector .45 ACP is a submachine gun (SMG) appearing in Tom Clancy's The Division.
For a submachine gun it has decent range and stability. It has a relatively low base magazine size compared to other weapons. Note that the Tactical variant has 20 rounds, while the standard and First Wave variants have 25.
Real World Version
The Vector series are a family of weapons developed by KRISS USA (formerly known as TDI, Transformational Defense Industries). They use diverted recoil in the form of the "Kriss Super V" system.
There are four main variants marketed: the SMG is the military and LE version with a 5.5 inch barrel and select-fire, while the civilian semi-auto version of the SMG is called the SBR ("short barrel rifle," with "special operations" appended in older marketing). For states with SBR bans, the CRB ("carbine") version is available with a 11.5-inch permanent extension to the standard barrel referred to as a "safety extension" in some literature.
- Vector 45 ACP
- Tactical Vector 45 ACP
- First Wave Vector 45 ACP
- The Vector has a high end variant that may be crafted using the high end blueprint obtained from the phoenix credits vendor in the players Base of Operations.
- One of the players uses a suppressed TDI Vector during the demo video
- In the Beta, the Vector lacks the stock and the foregrip (Tactical Variant).
- The player can unlock a blueprint for the specialized Tactical Vector .45 ACP by completing the side mission "Clinton Food Supplies" in the Clinton area.