Minipily Posted November 26, 2015 Share Posted November 26, 2015 Hey, just wanna see if I can clarify some things here. So, a lately, it seems that it is becoming more and more tough to drop enemies when really, it shouldn't be, and that we usually get dropped instantly from AK rounds. Yesterday, I shot a insurgent on Fallujah in the head with a M16A4, this caused him to go unconcious, fair enough, the 5.56 round was designed to wound and it may have gone through a cheek or some shiz. However, when I went to finish him off, I found that it took around 7-10 rounds of 5.56 to the torso to kill him. This is insurgents we're talking about here too, guys with little to no armor. I've found before that with my shooting, i'm capable of dropping an insurgent or Russian with 2-4 shots of 5.56 to the chest area, as that is where I aim all the time. But a lately, I don't get the results that I did. I don't know if something has been messed around with or something but to be honest, I much prefer being able to kill them easier if they at least get the realism of being able to kill us easily. I know body armor advances these days are good but for god sake they only do so much. One really does not simply walk away from a few 5.56 rounds to the chest, even if it doesn't go through the armor, it's still gunna knock em on their ass and send em to sleep. Dunno if anyone else has got any BS like this a lately but it really grinds my gears when bullets don't do their job. At this rate i'm gunna have to go SEAL Team 52 and take a goddamn 7.62 rifle with a suppressor like some of the others... Once again, if something has been tinkered with or something it would be nice to know, because I really have never had to shoot this much before. Johnson 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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