Keywords: batlefield 3, battlefield 3 beta, firing from the hip, point shooting, group, yards, quality, farther, grows, target, shoots, rifle, weather, error, biggest, human
There is a luck facter involved ok. But it still comes down to who Fires first, what Wepon is being fired and the stance of the Player Fireing.
Last edited by DrShneepsh; 10-17-2011 at 10:50 PM.
I truly understand Your point on this!! My post was made on My Observation of the hip fire in the Battlefield3 BETA.
Last edited by DrShneepsh; 10-18-2011 at 08:44 AM.
The Best way to Combat this is the G18 HAND GUN [Full Auto]
In hip Firing times of need and Dog eat Dog moments this Gun will pull You out of any Close incounter moments and it works at nice Range Too
1.Remenber this when hip firing, pull down a little on the D pad so the Bullets don't over shoot the Enemy!! this should be done with all Guns 2. Tap the triger with some Guns don't hold it down .
Last edited by Eoin-01; 10-19-2011 at 07:08 AM.
Interesting idea i must say.
Never thought of it, and do not think that many have either.
But it would indeed be a nice and exiting introduction.
Actually in real life a bullet doesn't always land where your aiming. The game has is right to a degree. It all depends on the quality of the weapon. Tons of factors effect a firearms MOA. While a garage built ar15 might cut a 2.5 moa a knights armament sr15 will cut a 0.5 moa (or so they say). Or a 0.16 in the cast of my beloved Tango 51. MOA(minute of angle) = one inch group at 100 yards.
That group grows the farther away from the target you get. If a rifle shoots 1 moa or an inch group at 100 yards. It will more or less cut a 2 moa at 200 yards. Depending on ammo quality, barrel heat, weather, etc etc.
These are projectiles not lasers..
This doesn't sound like much, but add in human error (the biggest factor in a crappy shot) and that group pattern get huge.
Last edited by McSwiggens; 01-13-2012 at 01:29 PM.
don't come here and rant knob.
if you have something to say make your point, and make worth while. You have done neither.
I love the way everyone thinks that they know how it works in the real world.
Its even more funny when people complain about it NOT being realistic, I haven't heard one person complain about bullet damage. If it was intended to be realistic you would get killed from one shot. 9/10 times.
Stop complaining about a great game, who knows you might actually get some kills after you stop whinging.
have a lovely day: rezink