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How to hit a moving target

Discussion in 'Strategy Discussion' started by Dilligaf, 10 Aug 2018.

  1. Dilligaf

    Dilligaf Member

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    I realise that a lot people know this, but I'd bet that there's more that don't.

    If your target is moving, you need to lead the shot, especially with torps, grenades, mortars and guns (so basically everything except mines and jingle bells). Using auto aim will almost guarantee that you will miss (unless they're right in front of you and you're using a canon or flare gun).
     
  2. Hazimi

    Hazimi Active Member

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    I saw a youtube vid giving tips on leading shots for moving targets. Basicly try to flick your finger a little bit toward your target movement. Practice it, then you will get the feeling the more you try it.
     
  3. ViscountSniffit

    ViscountSniffit Well-Known Member

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    You can lead mines. You just have to lead them ‘a lot’. :p
     
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  4. ●H€ll-Blad€●

    ●H€ll-Blad€● Active Member

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    take the shot towards anticipated movement of opponent eg explosive,blast,flair gun.practice and u will learn.now i dont even Zoom,i just flick the finger at direction of opponent.same goes with torpedos but look for walls u can hit the wall where opponent going
     

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