38 Replies Latest reply: Mar 26, 2014 4:07 PM by Warlord-Chojin RSS

    *** WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR AIM? TRY THIS DRILL ***

      Good aim is essential to having fun and improving your results in CoD.

       

      Here is a drill that will get you a noticeable improvement in your aiming skills in under an hour.

       

      Steps.

       

      1. Set up a private bots match as follows;

       

           - Core FFA

           - Max bots all recruit grade

           - Unlimited time and score

           - Double health

           - Radar on

       

      2. Set up your Player

       

           - Scavenger

           - Remaining Perks are anything you want - wise to select those you use most;

           - No streaks

           - No Equip, no tactical

       

      3. Weapon

       

           - Select your AR of choice

           - Fit your AR with iron sights only no other attachments (you can use a red dot if irons are just too          hard)

       

      4. Rules

       

           - 4 kills between re-loads

           - Count each kill under you breath (swearing is allowed if you can't get to 4 before a reload )

           - 200 kills min.

       

      No matter how good or how bad your aim, by the end of 200 kills your will notice;

       

           - You are burst burst firing.

           - Your aiming accuracy has improved.

           - You have developed a nice stead pace and rhythm.

           - While it was hard at first you started hit a nice rhythm 100-150 kills into the drill and it felt                    smooth, powerful and natural

       

      Closing comments to improve even further and have more fun;

       

           - Practice this drill weekly

           - Try more difficult weapons progressively

       

      Yours in CoDly goodness

       

      old gallp

       

      Epilogue

       

           - For those interested in why this works PM old gallp if enough folks do so you humble                            correspondent is happy to post a "how it works" piece.