|«|| The ACP-C2 is a custom version of the classic Colt 1911. A single-action self-loading pistol design remained and new materials allows even better speed, precision and increased durability. The ACP-C2 is equipped with self-illuminating sights that provide a tactical advantage in low light conditions.|
|Faction|| - AAF|
The ACP-C2 is a semi-automatic handgun chambered to fire the .45 ACP round.
It loads from 9 round magazines and can attain a fire rate of up to 400 rounds per minute, with a muzzle velocity of 280 m/s. The ACP-C2 cannot mount optical sights, but supports muzzle attachments and has a compact underbarrel rail that can be fitted with a flashlight.
Serving as the standard-issue sidearm of all AAF troopers and some FIA guerrillas, the ACP-C2 is primarily used as a backup weapon for close quarters combat and (like most other pistols) has an effective range of up to 50 metres and no more. Though it is classified as a light pistol, it fires the same .45 ACP round shared by its heavy NATO counterpart.
Compared to both its heavy and light counterparts used by NATO forces, the ACP-C2 has a lower muzzle velocity as opposed to the former while also having the smallest magazine size compared to the latter; in fact it has the smallest magazine capacity out of all the semi-automatic pistols aside from CSAT's Zubr revolver.
Altogether these drawbacks essentially make the ACP-C2 the least useful sidearm of all, with its only upside being that it is slightly more accurate than the 4-five. However, this is somewhat redundant given that sidearms are utilised at very close ranges in almost every situation, which renders even this advantage null.
- The ACP-C2 is based on a mixture of several real-world variants of the "Custom" series of handguns designed by Kimber Manufacturing (more specifically both the "Custom Covert II" and "Desert Warrior" models).
- In addition, it shares some elements from the "Rail Gun" handgun designed by Colt, another arms manufacturer also based in the United States.
- All of these real-world handguns are in-turn based on the "M1911" handgun (also originally designed by Colt) that was featured in previous games in the series.
See also Edit
Weapons of comparable role and configuration Edit
- P07 (CTRG/Light NATO counterpart)
- Rook-40 (Light CSAT counterpart)
- PM (Syndikat counterpart, ArmA 3: Apex only)