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I like whichever gun I seen in the video that doesn't reload! Your charecter just throws it on the ground and grabs another. :D
That would be the Torgue guns, the explosion is bigger depending on how much ammo is in the clip when you throw it, though i've heard that the guns will occasionally explode in your hands. I didn't experience that when I played it, but that sounds like an interesting misfire.
Actually, Tediore is the one that does that. Torgue is the one that shoots rocket-propelled bullets.
Right, I always get the two mixed up, they both start with T's, I just like how they made the guns from different manufacturers look aesthetically different in this game and not just the color swaps from the first game.
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Bandit - Homemade design. Put S&S out of business. Weapon names have poor grammar. Low-tech. Slow firing but has the largest magazine of any manufacturer
Dahl - Modern militaristic design. Stable, great accuracy, heavily relies on burst fire
Hyperion - Sleek, Claptrap [Yellow/White/Orange] design. More accurate the longer the trigger is held down.
Jakobs - Steampunk, WWII, wooden design. Semi-automatic and high damage [said to fire as fast as you can hit the trigger]
Maliwan - Blue/Orange/White sci-fi design. High elemental tech and elemental damage.
Tediore - Simple, disposable design. Faster reload speed than other manufacturers. Thrown when reloaded and will cause Explosive damage depending on the amount of ammunition remaining. More Ammo = More damage. A new copy will automatically Digistruct itself in your hand.
When you throw a Tediore gun away before it's empty, do you lose the remaining ammo?
Yes, but the explosion is noticeably bigger, they're great to use when you don't have any grenades
I'll have to break my habit of reloading all the time then. A lot of times I would catch myself reloading after only firing a few shots, as long as I wasn't in combat or an otherwise precarious situation.
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