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Hey guys! This is my first sniper loadout! I hope you like it and feel free to give feedback and/or constructive criticism! It was constructed with half of the items being makeshift and the other half items bought specifically for this. In other words, it is not my "dream" loadout by any means; however, it has proven very effective in my first few games with it. Thanks!

BASIC GEAR
Camo: US Woodland
Gloves: 5.11 Tactical Shooter Gloves
Gun: JG BAR 10 (slightly upgraded)
Scope: 3-9x (with Illumination ability)


HEADGEAR
-Woodland Lightweight Thin Half Face "Pull-Up" Balaclava
-Black Bandanna (partially covered by balaclava)
-JT Paintball Goggles (originally from a full face mask)
-Bravo Headset (with Motorolla Talkabout adapter)


ACCESSORY GEAR
-Belt Mounted Dual Rifle Mag Pouch
-Motorolla Talkabout (with Bravo adapter)
-Extra BAR 10 mags
-Two Speedloaders
-Whatever else needs to be carried

 

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Pros:
Light
Low profile
Cheap
Fast
Quiet
Can be used with other loadouts or indoors

Cons:
Little Extra gear, Pistol etc.
Goggles can fog up with mask, I can recommend a mesh face mask.
Not great camo
The distinct profile of a person is very distinguishable in the woods
No patches with cats :p

All in all it's good, but if you are playing in a woodland it could be improved.
 

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Completely agree with inthetallgrass above ^^, I would say you should get some British dpm (standard) woodland though as it is more broken up the the US woodland giving a less distinct human figure in the woods. Other than that, it looks like a fast kind of game style, 'up in yer face' loadout. Which does work significantly well if your good enough to pull it off! ;)

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Completely agree with inthetallgrass above ^^, I would say you should get some British dpm (standard) woodland though as it is more broken up the the US woodland giving a less distinct human figure in the woods. Other than that, it looks like a fast kind of game style, 'up in yer face' loadout. Which does work significantly well if your good enough to pull it off! ;)

Zero
The DPM was another thing I was going to mention but then I got lazy :lmao:
But yeah, great minds think alike :yup:
 

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I think it's pretty good actually. I agree with the majority of the posts above, but it's hard to tell if your color scheme is effective without knowing the environment you play in.

If you play in the desert or snow, then oh boy! :hehe:
 

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I find that the patterns on digi work perfectly because I can line my crosshairs on their chest really nicely. I even have a pattern for holds. If they are walking, 5 squares. If they are running, 20 squares. If they are stationary, but the wind is @ 1/4 or 3/4 value, 3 squares. 1/2 value, hold up 2 squares. Full value, 8 squares. At the distance I have to engage at, it works really well! ;)
 

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Thanks. It works great where I live, mountain misery, pine needles, oak leaves, and clay. I don't like the standard patterns because it looks too splotchy.
 
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