I mean i think its a good setup, but it just depend on what your comfortible with, Id say yes to focus, that is important, and you can win the majority of gun fights with it, dead silence to me is only good with search and destroy, but again its personal preference.. if you want to know what i run? then
primary- pp90m1 - rapid fire and ext mags/silencer
sec. fmg akimbo or scorpions
claymore- port radar
attachments or kick or focus
1. extreme cond/ or SOH
3. steady aim
this changes up depending on the map, or primary im using
there are limits to what pro player are allowed to use, so the set up you mentioned is prob what i would use minus deadsilence and have steady aim
As someone stated earlier, that's the best class to run in a tournament. In public matches, not so true though. Tournaments take out kill streaks, equipment, and restrict perks and attachments to make the game more balanced and competitive.
If you're looking for a class to just go out and kill people in public matches, try this.
ACR - Red Dot - Focus or Kick.
MP9 - Ext Mag.
Sleight of Hand Pro.
Dead Silence Pro.
You can take out the ACR for an (MP7 - Ext Mag - Focus) for more close range encounters.
You will piss many people off with this so beware.
I totally agree with derpityderp. If your just looking to pub stomp from an acr stand pt... def kick + silencer. As long as your not one of those kids that has to have the red dot of course. Using kick and silencer basically just makes it a straight line of bullets.... prefire and make em run into it... gg .
The reason Pro players use Extreme Conditioning is to run flags faster in CTF, and to get to spots quicker in S&D. Quick Draw is used to give you first shot in gunfights and to throw grenades and stuns quicker. Dead Silence is used because EVERY SINGLE player that plays Competitive has a headset, this perk is a must have.
Also, there are a lot of perks that are banned for obvious reasons, such as...
You will rarely see a Silencer used, and if you do it will be on a SMG. Silencers decrease damage and if you have a good enough headset you can still hear where shots are coming from. Another reason that makes Silencers almost useless is because you will get called-out right when you drop a kill.
If you think banning things is wrong, look at it this way... the competitive rule set is based on skill and not what does the work for you. So if you think something is "cheap", then you can almost guarantee it's banned.