Blood vessels do not contain receptors for acetylcholine! The level of sympathetic stimulation determines blood vessels diameter i.e. more adrenaline/noradrenaline = vasoconstriction, less adrenaline/noradrenaline = vasodilation.
However, that’s not the main point of the question. While adrenaline/noradrenaline cause vasoconstriction in most vessels throughout the body, they actually cause vasodilation in skeletal muscles (they have different receptors) to increase blood flow in muscles. If you think about the fight or flight response, this makes sense, it increases blood flow to muscles to allow us to run or fight.