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The Breda M1935 PG was one of the first burst rifles ever made.
A nice solid gun, the Breda has good accuracy and damage output with a solid range. The reload animation is absolutely stunning and the recoil is ok but not great.
Firemodes: 4-round burst, Semi-automatic
Rate of Fire: 423 RPM, 464 RPM (Light Bolt), 540 RPM (Trigger Job)
Ammo: 20 + 60 Rounds
Specializations (recommended specializations are in )
Level 1: [Enhanced Grips] or Quick Aim
Level 2: Lightened Stock or [Ported Barrel]
Level 3: Light Bolt or [Trigger Job]
Level 4: [Custom Stock] or Barrel Bedding
The Breda get’s a 9/10 rating. Why? Amazing gun simply put. It’s only problems are the magazine and recoil, but those are easily compensated by it’s damage output and range. With Trigger Job, you can spam the trigger and fire it as if it were and automatic weapon. So overall, really good gun.
Today’s gun is the Season of the Forge Gambit Pinnacle weapon; legendary auto rifle Breakneck. This gun was introduced with season of the forge, and is available by completing 40 matches, and getting kills/multi kills with auto rifles. It boasts the unique perk Onslaught, which increases the rate of fire as rampage stacks. not surprisingly, this gun shreds thru ads like no other. Using breakneck with a Titan barricade is the most effective strategy for clearing ads. Breakneck is one of the top PvE weapons ever, but it also has value in PvP, even though auto rifles aren’t in the best place in the meta. 2019-09-26
Gun Nac, Nintendo Famicom, 1991. It’s a shame Gun Nac is such a rare game for the NES, because the combination of TwinBee-style surreality and manic Compile action make it one of the best shoot ‘em ups for the console. Thankfully it’s somewhat easier to come by on Famicom for those of you who need your killer robotic rabbit fix. #FamicomFriday 2019-09-20
Oh man, the mg-42, a gun that could shoot 1,300 rounds per minute, compared to the allied Browning which shot 600. The MG42 however was a gun built for suppression. The MG42 firing rate was so high it created its own signature, the series of snaps overhead was a major psychological weapon that worked well grounding the enemy. There was training for GIs during WW2 solely for when being surpressed by the MG-42, and summed up it was to hit the deck, and to not panic, to remind US Army soldiers that the bark of the MG42 was legitimately worse than the bite, and that sound doesn't kill you. #bfv#xbox#battlefield5#battlefield 2019-09-24
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