KAC SR15E3: accuracy numbers?


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arthury
May 4, 2012, 07:54 PM
I know that Knight Armament Company (KAC) has been supplying to the DoD, including the M110. I am pretty darn sure their reliability is way up there.
When it comes to accuracy, though, I did not see any numbers guarantied in their catalogs or website.

Anyone know how accurate are their SR-15E3 (16" barrels)?

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taliv
May 4, 2012, 09:39 PM
strictly anecdotal, but my SR15 is reasonably accurate. to be honest, I haven't shot a group on paper with it in a long time and when i do, it's unsupported, so i couldn't really tell you exactly. i mostly shoot full-sized IPSC silhouettes with it from 5-50 yrds.

arthury
May 5, 2012, 11:07 AM
strictly anecdotal, but my SR15 is reasonably accurate. to be honest, I haven't shot a group on paper with it in a long time and when i do, it's unsupported, so i couldn't really tell you exactly. i mostly shoot full-sized IPSC silhouettes with it from 5-50 yrds.

That's what most people agreed on: the SR15 is superb for CQB.

What's the difference between this model and the basic Colt LE6920, besides the furniture? Is the barrel, bolt and gas tube any differenct?

taliv
May 5, 2012, 01:44 PM
it's all very different

read kac's website on the topic and you will see a lot of differences. in fact, most of the parts like bolt, extractor, barrel, gas tube, etc are so different they are incompatible with colt's. rails, lower, ambi-controls, etc are all unique

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