An issue brought up on the LSW thread in the QM forum was just how inherently accurate does a service rifle have to be. My spur of the moment, back of the envelope opinion was that 3.5 MOA was probably adequate, since this would guarantee a 30 cm diameter circular group at 300 m for perfectly aimed shots, and thus guarantee torso hits if the soldier does his part. This, of course, would apply for professional army. For a massed conscript army, the 6-10 MOA of the AK-type rifles is probably adequate. Thoughts?