Is P90 better than vector?

Vector: – Higher firerate; – Higher damage; – Higher reload speed. – Therefore higher damage per second and better for close quarters. P90: – Higher accuracy; – Less recoil; – Higher mobility; – Damage starts dropping after the Vector (25 vs. 15) – Therefore better for long range/improvised sniping.

What is the firing rate of a P90?

A straight blowback, selective fire weapon, the P90 has a cyclic rate of fire of 900 rounds per minute. It is currently in use with military and police forces around the world.

Does the P90 have select fire?

The P90 is a selective fire, straight blowback-operated weapon with a cyclic rate of fire of around 850–1,100 rounds per minute. The weapon is chambered for FN’s 5.7×28mm ammunition.

Does the US military use p90s?

The P90 is currently in service with military and police forces in over 40 nations, such as Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Greece, India, Malaysia, Poland, and the United States. In the United States, the P90 is in use with over 200 law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Secret Service.

Do police use Kriss Vector?

In real life, the KRISS Vector submachine gun is used by various military and police units around the world. These include military and law enforcement in the United States, the Indonesian Army, the Royal Thai Army and Royal Thai Police, and the Special Action Force of the Philippine National Police.

Is the Kriss Vector a good gun?

As it sits, the Kriss Vector offers one of the best submachine guns on the market. It’s somewhat unconventional, but it works. The fast firing rate combined with the low recoil design makes the vector perfect for close quarter’s combat.

Is the P90 reliable?

Report Card
Shootability Strange looks aside, the PS90 is ergonomic and easy to shoot and control. A+
Reliability In our experience, it is a reliable gun, however, if there’s a malfunction, good luck clearing/fixing it. A-
Ergonomics Easy to hold and shoot from the standing position – not so much prone or on a bench. A

Does NATO use the P90?

The FN P90® selective fire carbine was developed for NATO in the late 1980s as the Personal Defense Weapon (PDW) component of the integrated 5.7x28mm Weapons System. It is currently deployed by more than 40 nations around the globe.

Are p90s real?

Does SWAT use P90?

Weapon Class The FN P90 is a submachine gun that was first introduced in SWAT 4: The Stetchkov Syndicate as the 5.7x28mm Submachine Gun. It uses 5.7x28mm bullets, which reduce stopping power, but make up for it with magazine capacity. It has two versions: normal and silenced. It is equipped with a tactical flashlight.