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^^Yeah, I am thinking there are different weapon/attachment combinations that make EACH and EVERY weapon really good. Some probably need an Angled grip, some need a Coyote sight, some need a Suppressor, but when you get it right, THAT weapon becomes very
good. Maybe? I seem to use the SAME attachments on everything though as of now.
I understand what the stats say, but maybe the SCAR performs better with a Muzzle Break? Or the AKU12 performs better with a silencer? I wonder if the devs do things like this within the games mechanics?
To be honest I was planning to, at some point, go to the test range and conduct my own "testing" with various attachments. By the way, I'm gonna brag now, because I'm proud of myself for embracing the suck even when it's the last thing I want to do after
work sometimes. Yesterday as part of the first set of my workout I did 52 consecutive push-ups (second set was 45 and third set was 40 for a total of 137 push-ups) with my feet elevated 8 3/4 inches (feet on the step that leads down to my den) which is a new
personal best at 42 years of age. This was in addition to doing my regular circuit of strength training.
I've started tailoring my weapons and load outs to the map I'm playing, for small ones I usually equip the suppressor, 1x sight, for larger maps I switch to heavy barrel/3.5x/canted set up. i wish I owned all this crap in real life.