The AK dilemma.

Hey,

So I just got my AK CFS. That thing is completely different than what I'm used to. It might not really matter to most people, but to me, that AK feels like a completely different gun. And to my understanding, we HAVE to use it in both CFCL elite and CFS. Since that's most likely the case, we should be either allowed to use the item shop version of AK, or us, competitive players, need a more consistent way of acquiring said guns.

Cheers.

Comments

  • It's less recoil and you mostly spray, I thought you'd like it.
  • EX0T1CEX0T1C Apprentice
    "Less recoil" he says 🙄

    Anyway, I do agree with this in part. It's frustrating every year having less than a month to practice with new guns for qualifiers.
  • It's less recoil and you mostly spray, I thought you'd like it.

    Whether I like it or not is completely irrelevant to my initial post.
  • c1_Duston wrote: »
    we should be either allowed to use the item shop version of AK, or us, competitive players, need a more consistent way of acquiring said guns.
    c1_Duston wrote: »
    Whether I like it or not is completely irrelevant to my initial post.

    What you think should or should not happen has a similar level of relevance at this time. The rules state you will use CFS weapons and thats more or less the end of it. While I understand your frustration, think of this as a way to expand your skillset. If you can move from gun to gun without getting too hung up on a single one, that will certainly help for when a new version comes out X number of years down the road all over again.
  • What you think should or should not happen has a similar level of relevance at this time. The rules state you will use CFS weapons and thats more or less the end of it. While I understand your frustration, think of this as a way to expand your skillset. If you can move from gun to gun without getting too hung up on a single one, that will certainly help for when a new version comes out X number of years down the road all over again.

    Thank you so much for your response, you're the best.
  • c1_Duston wrote: »
    Thank you so much for your response, you're the best.
    You're welcome. Also we can see any edited forum messages and what was posted before. Turn the sass factor down a notch and you'll be just fine.
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