I settled on 55 grainers on 25 grains of TAC as my standard 223 load, so I re-zeroed all my 223 rifles for my loads. I did my Bren last weekend, and I was shocked because it shoots minute of pie plate. 1. The last three rifles I bought were a Larue, a Daniel Defense, and a JP. They all shoot moa. Am I judging the Bren unfairly because the last three rifles I bought are lasers? 2. My Zastava AK shoots minute of pie plate, and I wouldn't part with it for anything. 3. Accuracy aside, when I set up multiple steels in the 50 yd ballpark for speed drills shooting from a sling, I hit all my shots just like I do with my moa shooting rifles. However, at 300 yds it might be another story. I'm torn between keeping this rifle because of how unique it is in my collection, and trading it in to my FFL so I can get a 16" PWS to use as a suppressor host instead. The PWS should shoot moa if my 11.5" PWS is any indication. Am I giving up on a perfectly fine combat tested carbine that is also cool and different just because I can't put 5 shots in a quarter sized group from 100 yds? Would you? I love the confidence my moa shooting rifles inspire. My friend at work says I'm nuts, he says keep the Bren because that's an end of the world carbine that he'd trust his life to in any conditions, whereas my moa shooting carbines are set up so tight it's asking for trouble if you find yourself in a dirty real world environment for an undetermined amount of time or can't clean your rifle any time soon. What say you THR? Embrace the Bren and forget about the minute of pie plate accuracy, or trade for something that puts five shots on a quarter at 100 yds? What would you do?