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Re: Scoped In on M9/AK

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No scoped in with automatics is a waste you won't notice much of a difference they're better off just lowering their aiming sensitivity.


How does lowering the sensitivity decrease recoil? 


I assume it doesn't decrease recoil- rather, decrease the effet of fidgety thumbs on the aiming.

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Re: Scoped In on M9/AK

Aug 20, 2013

TheStuntDouble wrote:

Hielke6991 wrote:

Zidane_Finito wrote:

No scoped in with automatics is a waste you won't notice much of a difference they're better off just lowering their aiming sensitivity.


How does lowering the sensitivity decrease recoil? 


I assume it doesn't decrease recoil- rather, decrease the effet of fidgety thumbs on the aiming.


And... how is that related to Scoped in decreasing recoil..?

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Re: Scoped In on M9/AK

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Hielke6991 wrote:

TheStuntDouble wrote:

Hielke6991 wrote:

Zidane_Finito wrote:

No scoped in with automatics is a waste you won't notice much of a difference they're better off just lowering their aiming sensitivity.


How does lowering the sensitivity decrease recoil? 


I assume it doesn't decrease recoil- rather, decrease the effet of fidgety thumbs on the aiming.


And... how is that related to Scoped in decreasing recoil..?


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EDIT: Because people think fidgety thumbs = recoil. Scoped In doesn't fix people who shake.

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Re: Scoped In on M9/AK

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TheStuntDouble wrote:

Hielke6991 wrote:

TheStuntDouble wrote:

Hielke6991 wrote:

Zidane_Finito wrote:

No scoped in with automatics is a waste you won't notice much of a difference they're better off just lowering their aiming sensitivity.


How does lowering the sensitivity decrease recoil? 


I assume it doesn't decrease recoil- rather, decrease the effet of fidgety thumbs on the aiming.


And... how is that related to Scoped in decreasing recoil..?


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EDIT: Because people think fidgety thumbs = recoil. Scoped In doesn't fix people who shake.


Ah, ok. Thanks for explaining.

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No problem dude. I may not be detailed, but I try my best. Smiley Very Happy

 

EDIT: For people who also get lost easily- Scoped In doesn't fix your fidgety thumbs. That's sensitivity. IF you can't handle flinching from damage, it's Scoped In.

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