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That's why you no-scope .
lol have fun doing that on a regular basis. The only thing you can no scope with little luck involved is the scout.. Scout is just alot more accurate while running and no scoping
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post #52 of 60
I hated no-scoping with the awp at first because it seems so un-predictable and inaccurate, and it is. I got used to it though and you just have to quickswitch super fast if you miss and backup. Or you can pull out the pistol and get a boom headshot.
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lol have fun doing that on a regular basis. The only thing you can no scope with little luck involved is the scout.. Scout is just alot more accurate while running and no scoping
I'm pretty damn good no scoping with the scout You'd be suprised how accurate it really is.
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I'm pretty damn good no scoping with the scout You'd be suprised how accurate it really is.
Yeah exactly. Try to be 1/4 good with a awp with no scoping than you are with a scout, its impossible. Scout is just accurate, awp is not unless you standing still and zoomed.
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post #55 of 60
No-scoping with awp is easy...at least in CS 1.6 it is. All you have to do is press zoom quickly and then fire, and that will give the accuracy of being scoped in. In CSS, the zoom is gradual instead of instant, or no-scoping basically got butchered in CSS .
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awping isn't very fun (basically 1 hit kill).... I really don't care for source anymore either...

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Originally Posted by zerosniper0
No-scoping with awp is easy...at least in CS 1.6 it is. All you have to do is press zoom quickly and then fire, and that will give the accuracy of being scoped in. In CSS, the zoom is gradual instead of instant, or no-scoping basically got butchered in CSS .
And that ladies and gentlemen.. Is quickscoping. No scoping is not zooming in at all.
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Yeah, it didn't zoom. You tap right-click and then left-click immediately after that, not giving yourself time to zoom in, but still retaining the accuracy of being zoomed in. Guess I didn't explain it thoroughly enough . The zoom in 1.6 went from being unscoped to scoped instantaniously, but there was about a quarter of a second in between the two (this is the time where you press fire to no-scope), unlike CSS, where the zoom is gradual, which prevents you from using the same technique. Hence my saying that no-scoping as been butchered in CSS.
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Originally Posted by zerosniper0
Yeah, it didn't zoom. You tap right-click and then left-click immediately after that, not giving yourself time to zoom in, but still retaining the accuracy of being zoomed in. Guess I didn't explain it thoroughly enough . The zoom in 1.6 went from being unscoped to scoped instantaniously, but there was about a quarter of a second in between the two (this is the time where you press fire to no-scope), unlike CSS, where the zoom is gradual, which prevents you from using the same technique. Hence my saying that no-scoping as been butchered in CSS.
Hence were not playing CS here It is CSS but that really is still considered quickscoping
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Well... in Dust2 i like to play B behind Blocks, or i will play middle looking towards CAT. Thats how i awp, or when i know they are comming long A i will be at B ramp, looking into the long A to Short area. I'm only CAL O so i'm not the best awper like fROD, but i have heard im good. I use to be on Infinity Gaming, but now i am currently with another clan, if you would like to play with me you can add me on xfire, at text4meanu
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