Personally.. I think that the "milsim" mind set and the "spray and prey" mind set are not mutually exclusive.
It is fun and challenging from a military simulation standpoint to try to counter undisciplined poorly organized mobs of players with insane access to ammunition with controlled and disciplined tactics and precise fire control.
In the end of it all.. you play your game against their game
As long as everyone is acknowledging their hits.. the mix can make a good game as long as expectations are managed.
The issue is that this continues the "us VS them " of Vets against Noobs
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If the tongue could cut as the sword does, the dead would be infinite