>suppressor makes a weapon sound like mouse fart
Hey retard, silencers do nothing to lessen the loudest part of firing a gun; the action.
Also the only reason shotguns aren't allowed to have silencers in videogames is balance reasons.
>suppressors are supposed to completely silence the gun
For reference, a lawnmower is 107 decibels and a rock concert is 115 decibels
>people who think you can actually lift Miniguns that are usually attached to helicopters
>people think helicopters use miniguns
>Shotgun can't be suppressed
>Use subsonic ammo to not cause a sonic boom, avoiding the tell-tale 'crack' of super sonic gun fire
>Less velocity since projectile can't go faster than 1,126 ft/s
>Not representing this in a video game as less range
>reloading before magazine is empty doesn't discard bullets
I wonder what a Mosin Nagant M44 is. I am assuming its up wit the .308 Remington. I accidentally forgot my hearing protectors and tried shooting it. That rang my bell a little bit.
I never said you had to, but it's the logical thing to do if you are using a suppressor since no matter what, if you don't use sub-sonic ammo, you're going to have a super sonic crack which entirely defeats the purpose to using a suppressor.
And in a few games, names escape me, they do mention the use of sub-sonic ammo.
>I wonder what a Mosin Nagant M44 is.
Fucking loud is what it is, and I love it
It doesn't sound that loud when you are the shooter. But if you are standing within 10 yards of the shooter it's like being punched by 10 of these things.
>if you don't use sub-sonic ammo, you're going to have a super sonic crack which entirely defeats the purpose to using a suppressor.
not really. if someone is getting shot at the supersonic crack or lack of a supersonic crack won't matter. they will hear the bullet whiz by and hear an impact if it hits something. the supersonic crack also does not reveal the location of the shot, merely that the bullet is supersonic.