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Varients contradiction[edit source]

The entry says that Lily's AC is unplayable but the wiki page linked to says it is. Which is correct? Bwilderbeast 09:17, June 3, 2011 (UTC)

It is attainable, albeit though some bugs and exploits. It was never meant for the player to use it in the game. Kastera (talk) 16:04, June 3, 2011 (UTC)

Based on M4[edit source]

Suggest mentioning that it (appears to be) based on something AR18-derived -- probably M4, poss. M16. 118.209.103.216 13:02, August 21, 2011 (UTC)

Unless you can get a direct quote from one of the developers like JE Sawyer or Chris Avellone, it's speculation. --Kastera (talk) 14:59, August 21, 2011 (UTC)

"AR-15"?[edit source]

What is a "AR-15?"Ladiesman706 01:55, November 5, 2011 (UTC)


Rate of fire[edit source]

doesnt this thing shoot just a bit too fast ? i mean i know machine guns and assault rifles are supposed to shoot fast , but does anyone else think this gun shoots far too fast ? also the light machine gun shoots at the same speed , wouldnt it be a bit slower ? now im not a realism junkie , but i liked the rate of fire of fallout 3s assault rifles , they seemed a bit more logical , the fallout new vegas ones seem a bit ridiculous ... or am i completley wrong ? 92.253.41.235 19:05, 13 June 2012 (UTC)

You're completely wrong. An automatic AR-15 (of which the assault carbine is some derivative of) fires 800 rounds per minute, or just over 13 rounds per second. The assault carbine fires 12, so it's actually slower than a real assault rifle. The real G3A3 (which the assault rifle is based on) fires 600 rounds per minute, or 10 rounds a second. The assault rifle is significantly slower at 8 rounds per second. Nitty the Kitty! 06:25, 24 June 2012 (UTC)