Accurate Armory LE Carbine 1000rd Review
Over the last few months I have made several trips to the range to test this weapon, and although I am not through, I am very pleased with the way this weapon has performed thus far. At this time I have fired just over 1000 rounds through this carbine. I would like to take a few moments to break down some of the tests I’ve run at this point. For this first 1000 rounds, I have focused primarily on the reliability of this weapon system.
Ammunition Used in Testing:
500rds of Federal 55gr (Brass)
210rds of Wolf 55gr (Steel)
210rds of Barnaul 55gr (Steel)
150rds of Tula 55gr (Steel)
The temperatures during testing ranged from 12-68 degrees Fahrenheit, and the weather ranged from rain and snow to bright sunshine.
Rates of Fire:
I prefer to test my AR under many different rates of fire, these include: Sustained, Controlled pairs, and Rapid.
These rates of fire were used for both a single magazine and over multiple magazine changes. The most important for me is the rapid rate of fire test using 210rds. This is 7 mags fired as quickly as I could pull the trigger and perform the mag changes. I would estimate I fired all 7 mags within roughly 3 minutes, and this, to me, replicates the worst possible combat situation where you would be forced to expend a full combat load of ammo. During every one of these trials, the Accurate Armory M4 preformed flawlessly with no malfunctions of any kind.
Types of Shooting and Drills While Testing:
During the testing of the weapon, I have performed a variety of drills. These drills include: BUIS 25m Zero, RDS Optic 25m Zero, Reflexive Fire, Shoot and Move, and Close Range Marksmanship.
In short, this weapon has been nothing less than outstanding. It has performed up to every standard I have in a weapon. This rifle has been accurate, reliable and durable. I look forward to seeing what the weapon truly has to offer in the accuracy department as I move into that phase of testing. However, since Accurate Armory is running a Daniel Defense CHF chrome lined barrel I have no doubt that the accuracy will easily match this weapon’s reliability.
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