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Your very premise is wrong. Undeniable proof? I think not. Anything shot taken with a red reticule should be a kill! What are you expecting? For the bullet to go in the very center of the screen at all times? No one would want that. Try playing game without any aim assist online (Duke Nukem Forever), it is terrible!! The point of the reticule is for you to control the character you are playing, what ever game it may be, to make the shot. Point being it only has to be close enough in situations like that. It does not happen when zooming in either. As far as the last one is concerned, the battle rifle shoots with a three round burst with a vertical spread and a recoil unlike the other weapons. For that reason, being so close is as close as you need to be. So again, proof of being broken? Very far from it. What hubris.
He's really too close to show off the true extent of bullet magnetism. At greater distances the DMR can kill stationary opponents when the reticle appears blue, aiming just over their shoulder.
Here's some testing some other guy did:
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