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  • xcel30
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    Well as usual just spitballing some new gear set idea for funsies while waiting for the new season, this time it's a mostly Rifle/Pistol focused Gear set since they dont have gear set + any other semi auto weapon like some MMR and Shotguns. Since 3 gun competitions have become more popular on main media thanks to John Wick (god bless Keanu) i just thought on making a gear set focused on accuracy, speed (not rof) and agressiveness that constantly makes you switch weapons to keep buffs up.

    2 piece bonus: 500% weapon swap speed
    25% First shot stability and damage
    3 Piece bonus: 15% Rifle damage
    20% Pistol damage
    4 Piece bonus, Muscle Memory:
    Every time you hit a target using a semi auto weapon, it gives a Primed round to one of your holstered weapons, reloading that bullet and adds 20% extra damage to that bullet, you still get a primed round even if your weapons are already fully loaded. Every hit with a Primed round increases your stability and accuracy by 5% to a max of 50%, you lose the bonus when you reload a weapon.

    Chestpiece, Magnum rounds: Primed rounds now deal additional 20% extra headshot damage
    Backpack: Agressive training: You get additional 5% headshot damage every time you hit a target with Primed rounds to a max of 50%.

    So thats pretty much it, an agressive set about focusing on keeping your accuracy high, having higer stakes if you go for the head and makes you constantly switch weapons for bonus without reloading. It rewards skill but you can also play it a bit more safely building stacks with bodyshots first. Also wanted to play around a gear set that goes around some weapons weakpoints of slow reload and constant reloads, so if you wanted you could play around with a revolver and winchester and not have to worry about reloading.

    As usual no clue if numbers are good or too much and neither have i given a single thought about would it work on PVP

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