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zectorhs

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zectorhs
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PostedSep 25, 2012 2:22 am

Depends...

Sako is one of those gun which you can't use if you don't know what your doing,
it's not as easy as m4a1 mk3 or xm8,
if your a good tapper, this weapon is for you,
as you might know, it has 43 damage, and about 50 Rate of fire which is very good comparing it to the damage,
so yeah,
i loved this weapon, and i would recommend it if you have good control of such weapons,
if you tried para and did good with it, you would do good with Sako too.
hope this helps.
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badarbhatti

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PostedOct 30, 2012 2:22 am
trainer772 wrote:
Sako is a difficult gun to learn, but it's one of those few guns that makes you feel accomplished. It's a great long-term investment.  

This is so true, but i never thought if it :O

mrstomper

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PostedOct 30, 2012 8:36 am
badarbhatti wrote:
trainer772 wrote:
Sako is a difficult gun to learn, but it's one of those few guns that makes you feel accomplished. It's a great long-term investment.  

This is so true, but i never thought if it :O  


if you want to feel accomplishment use a regular galil sniper, I lol at hackusers

The2009RKO

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PostedOct 31, 2012 5:55 am
trainer772 wrote:
Sako is a difficult gun to learn, but it's one of those few guns that makes you feel accomplished. It's a great long-term investment.  


I've brough it like 2 years ago...played like 2 months with it and than stopped, maybe I'll give it another try *.*

sofunmate2

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PostedOct 31, 2012 12:28 pm
I liked Sako when I had access to one. It wasn't that hard. I just had to realize that the visual recoil was a bunch of bs and it wasn't as bad.
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