The KSG does NOT need a nerf.

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3 years ago#21
ITT: People who don't understand the KSG uses slugs (1 projectile) and not shot (A bunch of projectiles), so you actually have to ADS to hit consistently.
3 years ago#22
sundayisover posted...
ITT: People who don't understand the KSG uses slugs (1 projectile) and not shot (A bunch of projectiles), so you actually have to ADS to hit consistently.


Thank you for finally stating the obvious. Hit detection on the KSG is fine, it is exactly what it should be for a slug shotty. The only reason you may feel the hit detection on it sucks is because it doesn't have the spread of any of the others. I dunno what the big deal is anyways, all you need is the starting shotty, that thing rapes all by itself.
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3 years ago#23
Wow, really? Is that why everyone thinks it's bad? They just can't read the gun description?
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3 years ago#24
From: rodman870 | #014
Did you really just hashtag something on gamefaqs? Why?.


Because #YOLO
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