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Arags12

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  1. v10 Weapon Resting

    I agree there is other things they would have to correct before being able to tackle this subject. It may be something that the modding community handles as well like we have seen in the Arma community. I think it would bring another dynamic to hasty defensive positions for squads.
  2. v10 Weapon Resting

    Does anyone have any thoughts or suggestions on implementing some sort of weapon resting for weapons that do not have a bipod? I don't necessarily mean it needs to have the same stabilization capabilities as the machine guns with the bipod but being able to rest a weapon on a wall would do wonders for the game I feel.
  3. Open test V10 feedback, bugs

    In regards to your point about the front sight post being visible on the M4 when using a red dot. I'm not saying you've never used an AR15 or an M4 in real life with a red dot; but, in the US Army, the front sight posts are always fixed to barrel. That being said, I actually was pleased to see now that the red dot CoWittnesess with the front sight post (dot lines up with the tip of the front sight post). Unless the red dot is on a some sort of riser this will be the case most of the time. Its meant to be that way IRL in the scenario that your optics fails. What would actually be a nice cosmetic touch added would be a folding rear sight aperture added to the M4 for realism.
  4. Open test V10 feedback, bugs

    One thing I noticed while using the M240B and observing others using it is that when running and in the prone the soldier has his support hand forward under the heat shield of the gun. As a military member myself and having personally handled this weapon on a regular basis, due to its weight, I can testify to the fact that holding the weapon that way is very unrealistic unless you are a massive massive human being. Maybe as the soldier runs the animation could be tweaked to showing the large sling that is used in conjunction with the M240B as well as the support hand holding the carry handle. Essentially, anytime that weapon is moved from point to point a soldier is more likely to use that carry handle because it is such a large weapon system. Same goes for when the soldier is in the prone. That weapon is always used with a bipod so the support hand is always back towards the rear either over the stock or under the firing hand. Just my two sense from what I've observed. Not so much a bug but rather a point to accuracy of how those weapons systems are employed in real life.
  5. M240B

    One thing I noticed while using the M240B and observing others using it is that when running and in the prone the soldier has his support hand forward under the heat shield of the gun. As a military member myself and having personally handled this weapon on a regular basis, due to its weight, I can testify to the fact that holding the weapon that way is very unrealistic unless you are a massive massive human being. Maybe as the soldier runs the animation could be tweaked to showing the large sling that is used in conjunction with the M240B as well as the support hand holding the carry handle. Essentially, anytime that weapon is moved from point to point a soldier is more likely to use that carry handle because it is such a large weapon system. Same goes for when the soldier is in the prone. That weapon is always used with a bipod so the support hand is always back towards the rear either over the stock or under the firing hand. Just my two sense from what I've observed. Not so much a bug but rather a point to accuracy of how those weapons systems are employed in real life.
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