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Old 09-08-2012, 07:27 AM
James Langham James Langham is offline
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I think the two rule systems are actually trying to model different ways of firing (as did 1st ed).

My thoughts on what they model:

1st ed: A system that put the emphasis on aiming at the target.

2nd ed: the "militia" school of automatic weapon fire was modelled - i.e. pump enough rounds at something and you will hit it or at least interfer with what they are doing.

2013: The weapon is pointed fairly closely at the target and number of rounds used to replace fine aiming.

Depending on what you are firing and what your aim is, all of these could be used by the same person with the same weapon! My solution that I have been using are attached (plus some thoughts on weapon reliability which are still draft).
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