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The AKMS would benefit greatly from being able to equip optics (especially the Nightforce NXS 2.5-10x24 optic) since it has one of the best effective distances among assault rifles. Unfortunately, the AKMS cannot equip a single optic. It cannot even equip any of the low-zoom optics including the Trijicon ACOG, Leupold HAMR, EOTech HHS, and PK-AS (P). The AKMS only has access to collimator sights including the Leupold Deltapoint, Trijicon RMR, Cobra, Aimpoint Micro H1, EOTech EXPS2-2, Irondot, Walther MRS, EOTech XPS-2, EOTech 553, Mepro 21, Aimpoint CompM4, and Mepro MOR. And yes, it does not have access to the Kemper XL.
 
The AKMS would benefit greatly from being able to equip optics (especially the Nightforce NXS 2.5-10x24 optic) since it has one of the best effective distances among assault rifles. Unfortunately, the AKMS cannot equip a single optic. It cannot even equip any of the low-zoom optics including the Trijicon ACOG, Leupold HAMR, EOTech HHS, and PK-AS (P). The AKMS only has access to collimator sights including the Leupold Deltapoint, Trijicon RMR, Cobra, Aimpoint Micro H1, EOTech EXPS2-2, Irondot, Walther MRS, EOTech XPS-2, EOTech 553, Mepro 21, Aimpoint CompM4, and Mepro MOR. And yes, it does not have access to the Kemper XL.
   
The AKMS actually has half-decent statistics. However, it is a weapon that is statistically built for mid-range to long-range combat and yet is unable to equip any optical sights. Weapon Customization is the feature that truly destroys this weapon and makes the AK-74 its best alternative. Also, should I mention that all sights appear much smaller on the AKMS since they are attached to the front of the weapon? The same phenomenon affects the AK-74 as well, but luckily, it has a side-mount, which allows it to equip certain sights towards the rear of the weapon rather than the front. These particular sights include the Racurs-A1, PK-AS, EOTech HHS, Leupold HAMR, Trijicon ACOG, Leupold Mark 4 CQ/T, Leupold D-EVO wLCO, PSO-1, Elcan SpecterOS, and Nightforce NXS 2.5-10x24.
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The AKMS actually has half-decent statistics. However, it is a weapon that is statistically built for mid-range to long-range combat and yet is unable to equip any optical sights. Weapon Customization is the feature that truly destroys this weapon and makes the AK-74 its best alternative. Also, should I mention that all sights appear much smaller on the AKMS since they are attached to the front of the weapon? The same phenomenon affects the AK-74 as well, but luckily, it has a side-mount, which allows it to equip certain sights towards the rear of the weapon rather than the front. These particular sights include the Racurs-A1, Nit-A, PK-AS, EOTech HHS, Leupold HAMR, Trijicon ACOG, Leupold Mark 4 CQ/T, Leupold D-EVO wLCO, PSO-1, Elcan SpecterOS, and Nightforce NXS 2.5-10x24.

Latest revision as of 14:12, October 30, 2019

The AKMS would benefit greatly from being able to equip optics (especially the Nightforce NXS 2.5-10x24 optic) since it has one of the best effective distances among assault rifles. Unfortunately, the AKMS cannot equip a single optic. It cannot even equip any of the low-zoom optics including the Trijicon ACOG, Leupold HAMR, EOTech HHS, and PK-AS (P). The AKMS only has access to collimator sights including the Leupold Deltapoint, Trijicon RMR, Cobra, Aimpoint Micro H1, EOTech EXPS2-2, Irondot, Walther MRS, EOTech XPS-2, EOTech 553, Mepro 21, Aimpoint CompM4, and Mepro MOR. And yes, it does not have access to the Kemper XL.

The AKMS actually has half-decent statistics. However, it is a weapon that is statistically built for mid-range to long-range combat and yet is unable to equip any optical sights. Weapon Customization is the feature that truly destroys this weapon and makes the AK-74 its best alternative. Also, should I mention that all sights appear much smaller on the AKMS since they are attached to the front of the weapon? The same phenomenon affects the AK-74 as well, but luckily, it has a side-mount, which allows it to equip certain sights towards the rear of the weapon rather than the front. These particular sights include the Racurs-A1, Nit-A, PK-AS, EOTech HHS, Leupold HAMR, Trijicon ACOG, Leupold Mark 4 CQ/T, Leupold D-EVO wLCO, PSO-1, Elcan SpecterOS, and Nightforce NXS 2.5-10x24.

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