As a player, you bring three elements to every encounter you have in Call of Duty, Black Ops 2. Mastering the combination of these three elements will help you improve your kill death ratio and become a better Call of Duty player. There are many more elements you can influence to create situations of advantage, but there are three you have in every confrontation:
The power is an inherent factor of the gun. There is a great site called Symthic.com that has a filterable list of weapon statistics. The game and Call of Duty Elite will tell you what weapons have what power. This this is a decision you make before you go into your game based on the play style you want to have. This is a key consideration in your custom class.
Speed is the frequency that you shoot at–the speed of your finger pulling repeatedly on the trigger (for semi-automatics) and of rounds per minute when you hold down the trigger on your fully automatic weapon. Your speed should be a factor of how big your front sight is or how big your sight attachment’s reticle is relative to the target you are aiming at. The bigger the target is, the faster you can shoot at the target. We found that at three to five meters, as soon as the front sight lines up on a target, your bullets will lad within the largest area of that target. If you round a corner and have an enemy bearing down on you begin your shooting before you ADS, then correct your fire as you center on the enemy.
|For better accuracy, shoot slowly when the target is smaller.|