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The video is sort of superficial, but I think it'll help you. Personally, I think the M60 is better. It simply seems more user friendly with the spacey box mag, battery storage, variable ROF, and metal construction.
 

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There are games that will only allow MG's to have a box mag of any kind. So in that respect yes they do. But in your normal game where everyone is using high caps.... then no.


Just know that they are both very hard to shoot while standing..... when trying to hold like a normal rifle.
 

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inthetallgrass said:
Being bad-ass.
Well said ;) And I know it's a heavy gun, but it's only 16 pounds while the real steel is 40. Couldn't imagine having to lug that around the damn jungles in Vietnam.

Okay, looks like I'm going for the M60. But here's another question... the M60E4 or the M60VN? :)
 

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aydonmill said:
inthetallgrass said:
Being bad-ass.
Well said ;) And I know it's a heavy gun, but it's only 16 pounds while the real steel is 40. Couldn't imagine having to lug that around the damn jungles in Vietnam.

Okay, looks like I'm going for the M60. But here's another question... the M60E4 or the M60VN? :)
The Vn is heavier.
I've actually held a version of the real steel and it's not as bad as you'd think but still damn heavy.
 

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There has to be something different, I mean the E4 is $50 less. They don't just make something that is supposed to be the same that much less haha.

I will probably go with the VN, I'm just wondering what people think of the modern M60. Even though the M240B will probably take it's place soon enough.
 
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