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or hipfiring on the go silenced LMGs biggrin.gif

Another unrealistic aspect of Battlefield. As someone who also earned an Expert badge on the M-60, I can tell you with absolute authority, given how much the weapon weighs(24 lbs.) and the massive amount of recoil it produces(7.62 ammo), especially when not shouldered on a bipod, no one 'runs & guns' with one for very long or with very much accuracy. At point blank range you would kill someone for sure but past 20 - 30 yrds. the spread of the pattern from the recoil and fatigue from holding the barrel up would make it a lucky shot at best.
On a bipod with an asst. gunner feeding the belt and changing out the barrel every so often, you can chew an enemy platoon to pieces with little effort or indefinitely hold a position camping a funnel, as long as the ammo holds out .
Edited by Lhotse - 3/27/14 at 3:13pm
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Yeah, we operate 7.62 stuff as well, G3A3/A4 and HK11 (G3 LMG variant -7.7kg empty.lighter than the M60 ) and they kick like mules. I am a relatively big guy (190cm/90kg) and that thing was too formidable for me to hip fire and it is magazine fed.
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Another unrealistic aspect of Battlefield. As someone who also earned an Expert badge on the M-60, I can tell you with absolute authority, given how much the weapon weighs(24 lbs.) and the massive amount of recoil it produces(7.62 ammo), especially when not shouldered on a bipod, no one 'runs & guns' with one for very long or with very much accuracy. At point blank range you would kill someone for sure but past 20 - 30 yrds. the spread of the pattern from the recoil and fatigue from holding the barrel up would make it a lucky shot at best.
On a bipod with an asst. gunner feeding the belt and changing out the barrel every so often, you can chew an enemy platoon to pieces with little effort or indefinitely hold a position camping a funnel, as long as the ammo holds out .

Hey, if Rambo can do it in FB Part II, then so can I! thumb.gif
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Does 2GB sound low for bf4.exe?
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Does 2GB sound low for bf4.exe?
what is this in relation to?
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You guy's really think this was about their
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Hey, if Rambo can do it in FB Part II, then so can I! thumb.gif

Common dudes , it's a game! biggrin.gif
Dice likes to use the word "realism" allot.
But nothing is further from the truth.

I used to airsoft allot.
Only "milsims" (yeah you probably stopped liking me just here tongue.gif) though ,
and we carry as mutch gear around as real life "operators".
Our Tac vests incl. 72hour backpacks weighed aprox 22Kg's.
Count into that a 6Kg weapon in your hands.
And you'll get sweaty from walking alone.

I have great respect for people in the army!
Stuff they do , in certain circumstances , keeping their cool whith bullets flying around is (form me) stupendous! smile.gif

On realism?
Sprinting with that kind of gear on you , for kilometers on end...
Not even the hardest/toughest dudes can do that!
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Does 2GB sound low for bf4.exe?
what is this in relation to?

Like, how much system RAM is used by the BF4 process? I just guess I thought w/ the high recommendation of RAM that it would use a bit more than 2 gigs.
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Like, how much system RAM is used by the BF4 process? I just guess I thought w/ the high recommendation of RAM that it would use a bit more than 2 gigs.

BF4 (x64) for me uses anything between 2-4GB.
I got from 2GB (system idle) to around 4-6GB depending on the scenario smile.gif
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I have never seen over 2GB. So you're telling me your setup is using 3x the amount of RAM that mine is...

I wonder what's up w/ that? Memory leak? Problem for me?

Anyone else?

How much RAM does the bf4.exe process use for you guys?
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I have never seen over 2GB. So you're telling me your setup is using 3x the amount of RAM that mine is...

I wonder what's up w/ that? Memory leak? Problem for me?

Anyone else?

How much RAM does the bf4.exe process use for you guys?

I'm quoting what I see in task manager - I posted my results before. 1.5-2.5GB idle goes to 4.5-5.5GB on BF4.
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