Originally Posted by Greylocks
I think you need to inform yourself about safety limits, and stick with a regular gun.
You are jumping from CQB, that requires low power, to wanting maximum limit power. Pick one or the other, or wait until you know more from experience.
When you dont know what you want, dont experiment.
You could do what I'm planning on doing... Making the gun just "Ok" for both of them.
The max CQB limit here is 350.. But I don't want to be a dick and shoot people 350 in CQB, So I'm upgrading to 330 with a M16. It's good enough to punch through light bush, and perfect for CQB.
A majority of the game is based on how well you can move, and flank / evade people. Not on just how your gun performes.