Hey guys! ExxotikGaming here back with another Pixel Gun 3D weapon review, and today's review is on the Water Rifle UP2. Definitely not a weapon worth the price, as you can see how much I struggle to get good gameplay throughout the video. You might be able to do decent with this at a low level, but forget it if you are above level 18.
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If you drive a mini-sub to work, learned Russian as your first language and have a closet full of wetsuits, odds are you may have a working knowledge of the better known in the west as the APS. It’s the world’s only known underwater assault rifle and its James Bond-style interesting.
Still, the APS is limited in its effectiveness and in 2000 it was replaced in Spetsnaz use by the ASM-DT rifle, a 5.45x39mm hybrid rifle that could fire either special underwater rounds while submerged or standard AK-74 rounds when on the surface. Even this new gun is thought to soon be replaced by the ADS, which would be Russia’s third generation of underwater assault rifle.
The barrels of underwater pistols are typically not . Rather, the fired projectile maintains its underwater by effects. The lack of rifling renders these weapons relatively inaccurate when fired out of water. Underwater rifles are more powerful than underwater pistols and more accurate out of water, but underwater pistols can be manipulated more easily underwater.
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