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McGibs

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#21 15 years ago
how about an overheat bar

I compleatly fail to see how that would work... You only usually need one shot. And the reload is long wnough as is. Overheat bars only work for high rof weapons.




JAGUART

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#22 15 years ago

Here's a good tip... While waiting from your crosshairs to converge using an Anti-Tank weapon, make a sandwich or take that often needed trip to the bathroom.




striderx2048

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#23 15 years ago

its a 5 shot clip. with a rof of 1 shot per 10 seconds. sounds like a ROF problem to me.




Kommisar

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#24 15 years ago

Or, you can do what I always do when AT'ing (which is a LOT... ask the WAW guys. I have three real loves in BF/FH: AA gunning, AT'ing and tank destroyers). That is set up in ambush points and wait for your prey. Sprinkle in a bit of patience and some "sneaky, sneaky" and you too can rack up 5 plus Tiger kills in a row without dying.

OH, and always, always; after you take out a tank or two, MOVE. Set up somewhere else in the area. Only the really dense guys let you ambush them from the same place over and over again. Then again, right now there are a lot of dense guys out there. LOL




Solo4114

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#25 15 years ago

Kommisar, that's what many of us have been doing up until now. With the slow closing rates and the fact that if you move AT ALL, you lose aim drastically, it's pretty hard to ambush even, and damn near impossible to defend a position.




McGibs

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#26 15 years ago
its a 5 shot clip. with a rof of 1 shot per 10 seconds. sounds like a ROF problem to me.

...what... the hell are you talking about? Explain to me how you think an overheat bar would work.