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« on: April 10, 2012, 06:57:11 pm »
My advise to people sniping or looking to get into the trade is that... if you go solo or in a rather small group you will get alot more kills

Going around in a large group wont get you far cuz when the fully automatics start firing back and forth trying to snipe in between it is a loosing battle.

Somone is firing several hundred bb's at you and your responding with sing shots

My advise is to stay put and move form position to the next quietly getting closer to the enemy till in view then wait for them to approach till you get the perfect aim (common sence i guess)

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« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2012, 10:16:55 am »
Let's face at the end of the day it's about getting some good results. This will depend on the quality of the opposition. Your ability to locate a good spot, know your terrain. Patience. Having a weapon with a good range, and your ability to hit a target taking into account the conditions. This based upon being a lone wolf. If your in a good pack then you should stay near the rear and use your advantage of having the range to out shoot your opposition. Plus a good team will ensure to keep the opposition at arms length, hence rushing the sniper, or simply shooting xxx bb in his direction cus they've got range.
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