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Originally posted by AegisFang
Our military (US) seems to be going for the volume of fire approach instead of emphasizing good shooting ability, does anyone else see this as a detriment to our defence capabilities?
Originally posted by mirza2003
i used play delta force online it is very intresting game .
they offer diffrent weapon platform like . m4, 50mm colt. standerd sniper.mp5, saw,
one shot one kill is possiable with only 50mm colt, m4 need more fire to kill.
although it is game it can give you nice exprice with virtul war.
but in real world single bullet some time can kill when hit the right place.
but 50mm is great in long range for close in support m4 is the best.
Originally posted by Taishyou
Small caliber, high rate of fire, reminds me of two weapons in two games I absolutely hate
1) Assault rifles, from Halo, with maximum effective range of 15 m. Empty 2 or 3 clips into an alien and he's still alive
2) Ingrams, from Max Payne. Empty all 300 ingram bullets into any boss character and all they say is ouch. And they're not even space aliens, they're humans.
Originally posted by ulshadow
If you want to play the most real world games, i would suggest American's Army (AA) it's made by the US army and i think it is very accurate to real life.