C/D: Select Fire should increase damage over range for fully auto weapons.

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User Info: RHCP777

RHCP777
4 years ago#1
Wouldn't this make it a useful attachment for most guns this way? As it is, Select Fire is quite useless on the fully auto weapons (barring Scar-H).

User Info: __redxiii__

__redxiii__
4 years ago#2
SF needs to go, it makes weapons like FAL and SMR that 'noobs' would never touch accessible.
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natedude0903
4 years ago#4
__redxiii__ posted...
SF needs to go, it makes weapons like FAL and SMR that 'noobs' would never touch accessible.


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User Info: __redxiii__

__redxiii__
4 years ago#5
No I understand the topic, as 1st poster I just wanted to put my thoughts on SF down. But no I don't agree that the gun should have increased damage at range with SF. If anything it should decrease damage in exchange for the accuracy.

User Info: thelightness

thelightness
4 years ago#6
Or, it could increase RPM for the fully auto guns if fired in burst mode. This way it rewards people who can aim.

User Info: RHCP777

RHCP777
4 years ago#7
Sorry lol, I meant weapons like the MTAR/Type 25 that are originally full-auto. As it stands, these weapons become worse when switched to burst mode.
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