There are reasons that our forces are taking out targets at range whilst the enemy is not, according to you. In Iraq this is somewhat valid, but the difference is training, sheer numerical superiority, and the actual mission of the two opposing forces.Actually the 22PPC and 6mm PPC are bassed off of the 7.92x33 KURZ. Matter of a fact, the 7.62x39 is based off the 7.92x33 KURZ round also.
About the mini forum, they want to shoot under 1 MOA.
Lets take a look at Iraq and Afgan. Our soldiers are taking out targets at range and the enemy is having a hard time hitting our troops with the 7.62x39.
In Afghanistan, those same criteria apply, however it is apparent that our M4 is NOT up to the task of hitting distant targets. Snipers are doing well with various calibers, but regular infantry are not well-equipped for mountain warfare that involves distant targets. The Taliban equipped with old bolt guns is better equipped in that regard, and as a guerilla force, is not trying to over-run our positions. They only shoot when they need to, so there is no way to make a comparison like the one you attempt to make.