MTAR or PeaceKeeper?

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User Info: L0Z

L0Z
4 years ago#1
Im looking for a great noob weapon. which one is better? Right now Im running peacekeeper with laser and reflex sight and I seem to be doing better than when I used the MTAR with targetfinder
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User Info: gameflak

gameflak
4 years ago#2
I'd say overall, the MTAR is better. I usually run it with stock, suppressor and red dot. Sometimes I'll swap out the optic for quickdraw, or run dexterity on it instead.
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User Info: f41lurizer

f41lurizer
4 years ago#3
Like the [insert any LMG] + target finder?

User Info: Mr_Cumberdale

Mr_Cumberdale
4 years ago#4
gameflak posted...
I'd say overall, the MTAR is better. I usually run it with stock, suppressor and red dot. Sometimes I'll swap out the optic for quickdraw, or run dexterity on it instead.


I agree, except I don't use an optic on it.
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User Info: cifer520

cifer520
4 years ago#5
I don't know why you'd use sights, they have a couple of the nicest irons in the game. MTAR is better but the Keeper is my favorite suppressed gun.

User Info: Nidtendofreak

Nidtendofreak
4 years ago#6
MTAR has more short range power and wall penetration, Peacekeeper has better mobility and probably better mid range.

Depends on the map more, probably the MTAR overall.
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User Info: gameflak

gameflak
4 years ago#7
Mr_Cumberdale posted...
gameflak posted...
I'd say overall, the MTAR is better. I usually run it with stock, suppressor and red dot. Sometimes I'll swap out the optic for quickdraw, or run dexterity on it instead.


I agree, except I don't use an optic on it.


Sometimes I don't use an optic on it, kind of depends on the map. It's nice for the longer range shots though. It's good to have a class with it with just irons on in case you get emp'd.
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User Info: gameflak

gameflak
4 years ago#9
cifer520 posted...
I don't know why you'd use sights, they have a couple of the nicest irons in the game. MTAR is better but the Keeper is my favorite suppressed gun.


I use red dot for the maps with longer sightlines. Irons are good though for sure.
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User Info: Mr_Cumberdale

Mr_Cumberdale
4 years ago#10
gameflak posted...
Mr_Cumberdale posted...
gameflak posted...
I'd say overall, the MTAR is better. I usually run it with stock, suppressor and red dot. Sometimes I'll swap out the optic for quickdraw, or run dexterity on it instead.


I agree, except I don't use an optic on it.


Sometimes I don't use an optic on it, kind of depends on the map. It's nice for the longer range shots though. It's good to have a class with it with just irons on in case you get emp'd.


Yeah, I've never actually tried an RDS on it and I know it does help some guns (like FAL). :D
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