I just go out of a game with a friend on MPGH and we was sniping, someone was complaining about how poor the accuracy is.
I corrected him and all saying that the L9 have a high accuracy, and he called me a troll and said I didn't know anything.. which I corrected again and explain to him I shoot plenty of sniper rifles before.
Almost all people don't know one key to a gun: precision, while accuracy is a key role, precision is the factor as well.
Here is how the L9A1 works:
The L9A1 is extremely accurate, the bullet DOES shoot far and straight, look close at the tracer as the bullet goes. Now, if the L9 is so good, why does it miss a lot? The spread is the problem, the spread or precision on the L9 is worst of that of other rifles, thus explaining why the gun shoots in the the sides or off target.
You don't even need a no recoil hack, because no spread counteract with this problem.
So to kid started to tell me that the M24 is much more accurate.
I said no and here is why: The M24 and the L9 have almost the same accuracy, however the spread or precision is much higher than the L9.
Does this clarified the 'poor accuracy of the L9?'