Originally Posted by 1Kurgan1
Now you see what I was talking about. The video I linked showed that, tap firing aiming dead at a target while standing still and down the scope, you might use a whole clip and not even hit the guy you are aiming dead at who is also sitting completely still. Like I said before when I thought you were saying you were basically immune to the suppression effect, you must have good dice rolls
Because after being suppressed, firing is basically like gambling your money away at a casino, theres a small chance you might hit it big, and a big chance for failure.
Looking back I can see now what the video you posted showed that. Though until I showed the one I linked to, I did not realize that the bullet was not going where you were aiming. I think the video I showed (especially from the sniper scope) does a better job of showing the problem. I was under the impression that when suppressed that it made it harder to aim and that's why the shots were missing.
Though when I'm being suppressed, I usually just run away