AN-94 Select Fire.....

#1MrMRBPosted 2/4/2013 3:54:24 PM
Wow this thing is great, surprised I have not seen more people using it. If any of you guys do use select fire on it what other attachments do you run. I am not a massive fan of stock.
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#2possessionPosted 2/4/2013 3:57:30 PM
I fell in love with select fire on the an94 because I always used it like a semi auto anyway. With select fire, it cycles those two rounds a little bit faster, fast enough to notice anyway. I like stock or fast mags, otherwise.
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#3NidtendofreakPosted 2/4/2013 3:57:34 PM
I love it with Select Fire, but I will admit you can more or less get the same effect by just feathering the trigger in full auto. The only real benefit that SF gives you over manual bursting is you can't accidentally lower your TTK by shooting three bullets.
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#4oldfart81Posted 2/4/2013 3:57:47 PM
I have select fire on just about every AR. Dont know why but i get more hit markers with it other then missed shots. Try using fast mags since most people run in 2s
#5fatclemenzaPosted 2/4/2013 3:59:48 PM
Or you could just manually burst it and still have the option to spray in close range
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#6TheMudkipManPosted 2/4/2013 4:03:17 PM(edited)
Yeah, it's an amazing attachment if you're the type who enjoys wasting points on needless attachments. It provides literally no added benefit and you'd be better off with anything else in its place.

EDIT: I prefer Stock/Fast Mags or Stock/ExMags.
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#7Aadrian1234Posted 2/4/2013 4:09:16 PM
TheMudkipMan posted...
Yeah, it's an amazing attachment if you're the type who enjoys wasting points on needless attachments. It provides literally no added benefit and you'd be better off with anything else in its place.

EDIT: I prefer Stock/Fast Mags or Stock/ExMags.


That's called an opinion
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#8donotfirePosted 2/4/2013 4:12:43 PM
Aadrian1234 posted...
TheMudkipMan posted...
Yeah, it's an amazing attachment if you're the type who enjoys wasting points on needless attachments. It provides literally no added benefit and you'd be better off with anything else in its place.

EDIT: I prefer Stock/Fast Mags or Stock/ExMags.


That's called an opinion


I would consider it more of a fact. The AN-94 has a built in burst fire. All you have to do is tap the trigger and you get the same effect as using select fire.
#9Wookie_Is_BackPosted 2/4/2013 4:15:43 PM
donotfire posted...
Aadrian1234 posted...
TheMudkipMan posted...
Yeah, it's an amazing attachment if you're the type who enjoys wasting points on needless attachments. It provides literally no added benefit and you'd be better off with anything else in its place.

EDIT: I prefer Stock/Fast Mags or Stock/ExMags.


That's called an opinion


I would consider it more of a fact. The AN-94 has a built in burst fire. All you have to do is tap the trigger and you get the same effect as using select fire.


Tapping it doesn't give you anywhere near the same effect. You have to feather it.
#10donotfirePosted 2/4/2013 4:18:22 PM
Wookie_Is_Back posted...
donotfire posted...
Aadrian1234 posted...
TheMudkipMan posted...
Yeah, it's an amazing attachment if you're the type who enjoys wasting points on needless attachments. It provides literally no added benefit and you'd be better off with anything else in its place.

EDIT: I prefer Stock/Fast Mags or Stock/ExMags.


That's called an opinion


I would consider it more of a fact. The AN-94 has a built in burst fire. All you have to do is tap the trigger and you get the same effect as using select fire.


Tapping it doesn't give you anywhere near the same effect. You have to feather it.


Oh my bad. I heard stroking it works too.