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That sees to be te craze in video games like Battlefield 3. But does that really work in real life. In airsoft, a lot of people seems to be using this tactics. But when a flashlight is aimed toward me, I just put my red dot on the center of it and shoot back. When the flashlight is not aimed toward my direction, then I start converging on that light. It just gives the enemy's position away to me.
The only time flashlight annoys me is when my teammate(s) shine it on me, giving my position away. What is your experience with flashlights in an airsoft or paintball game?
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 01:22:05 +0400
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