real world ACR accuracy?


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brian923
February 28, 2011, 12:30 AM
Hey guys, was at a local gunstore and saw some ACR's for sale and had to drool for awhile. I've always wanted one just to say that I have one. I currently own a 223 caliber AR that will shoot 1/4" groups at 100 yards. I was wondering what the real world accuracy of these rifles really is. Thanks guys, brian.

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Balrog
February 28, 2011, 01:30 AM
Its the most accurate assault rifle in Call of Duty Modern Warfare, if that helps.

Travmcgrav
February 28, 2011, 01:41 AM
Its the most accurate assault rifle in Call of Duty Modern Warfare, if that helps.
I literally just laughed out loud cause I was gonna say the same thing.

Justin
February 28, 2011, 02:38 AM
Its the most accurate assault rifle in Call of Duty Modern Warfare, if that helps.

It does not, but thanks for playing.

From what I've been told by a friend who owns one, it's a reasonably field-accurate accurate rifle, but nothing to scream about.

lloydkristmas
February 28, 2011, 02:51 AM
Like he said, dont expect match grade AR accuracy out of it, but thats not what it was built for.

I shot with some buddies of mine out in the desert, got to see an ACR in action. It was reliable, and reasonably accurate. Between it, a SCAR, an FS2000, 2 AR's, a MSAR Aug clone, a Sig 556, and two Arsenal AK's, it was the third most accurate, behind only the AR15s.

Reliability-wise, it was one of the five guns that was able to go through a whole case of ammunition without malfunction. Those being the ACR, 2 AK's, FS2000, and 556. Oddly enough, the SCAR malf'd twice. The MSAR was a jammomatic, as was one of the two AR's.

I'd like to have one, but I have other rifles that do roughly the same thing, so its sort of low on my list.

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