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Old 11-01-2010, 07:42 PM   #1
kaufman_23

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Default M21 looks too small

dont know if anyone noticed, but that weapon looks too small in first person view. just tried out the ACOG version of the rifle, and either the hand is too big, or the weapon is too small

anyway, the ACOG scope on M21 is pure win. i had a 27/2 k/d ratio with that weapon today. that weapon is a monster. it is ridiculously accurate, and often takes only 1 bullet to kill, othervise it takes 2.


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Old 11-01-2010, 08:02 PM   #2
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Default Re: M21 looks too small

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dont know if anyone noticed, but that weapon looks too small in first person view. just tried out the ACOG version of the rifle, and either the hand is too big, or the weapon is too small
I guess that is because of the hands. You really notice it if you have a pistol equipped.
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