Sorry guys, I was a little busy yesterday. I promise everything will go back to normal. OK, you are a US Airbourne soldier (101st Screaming Eagles or 82nd, doesn't matter) in D-Day. Your weapons are:
- M1A1 Carbine (the one with the folding stock) -
- Benefits: Excellent accuracy, excellent handeling/manueverability, semi-auto 15 magazine
- Disadvantages: Lack of stopping power & range from the .30 carbine round
- M3 Grease Gun -
- Benefits: Full auto, good stopping power from .45 ACP round, excellent handeling/manueverability, high ROF
- Disadvantages: Range is limited
- M1 Garand -
- Benefits: Excellent accuracy, stopping power & range, semi auto
- Disadvantages: Only 8 rounds capacity, a loud "ping" sound alerts the enemy that you are out of ammo
OK, the M3 Grease Gun is a good gun, but I don't pick it because of the low range. I don't pick the M1 Garand because the loud "ping" and only 8 rounds, other than that its a good gun. I pick the M1 Carbine because the manueverability, accuracy, and the magazine capacity.
You saw my decision, so I want to know yours.