M960 C ARC (Arctic)Edit
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M960 C AC (Assassin's Creed)Edit
The M960 AC is a dedicated CQC smg. The capped stock and short barrel reduce the amount of control on the weapon. On this variant, the stock, barrel length, and grip are locked, reducing the amount of customization. Stock this is a perfectly fine weapon. The only thing I might change is the muzzle brake to a silencer, but this is a playstyle choice, not an absolute change. The M960 AC has trouble hitting targets consistently at long ranges, but it can work at medium ranges. Just be sure to fire in controlled bursts, as opposed to a spray.
The M960 AC provides a strong short range SMG that works well in flanking maneuvers, or when defending from cover. Try to avoid long range combat, because the control and spread will hinder your ability to perform well in these situations.
Indianbagel (talk) 17:20, April 8, 2015 (UTC)
M960-H SP ACR (Assassin's Creed Rogue)Edit
The tier 9 version of the m960, the M960-H ACR is simply an improved platform. The ACR version boasts good control, damage, and magazine capacity. As with many special edition weapons, the weapon comes optimized for a certain playstyle. In this case, the M960-H ACR is a versatile weapon, capable of engaging targets at most ranges. Again, the spread on SMGs make it less than ideal for attacking enemies at long ranges. I would consider swapping out the muzzle brake for a silencer, to make oneself more stealthy. This is an excellent choice for any recon.Indianbagel (talk) 17:28, April 8, 2015 (UTC)
Because of its greatly improved stats, the M960 ACR is good at anything the standard M960 is good at. One can use it for midrange damage trades, short range combat, or flanking.Indianbagel (talk) 17:28, April 8, 2015 (UTC)