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how do i prevent all the visual noise that happens during close combat from making it impossible to aim properly because i can't see a thing? how can i tell where footsteps inside a building are coming from? i just hear them everywhere at once. and does getting shot at throw off my aim? it seems like it, because i'm really bad a hitting near targets that are moving and shooting at me while i have no trouble hitting the guys in the "waiting room"
1. Move while shooting
2. Bullets can land anywhere so shoot back and forth
3. Aim for the center of the body when further
4. Pulling out a shotgun is better to use when close combat
5. Try finding an object and practice shooting
6. Land in populated areas
7. Cover your left side
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Bill McBride, Calculated Risk The economics blogosphere was invented in early 2005 by a retired technology executive in Southern California named Bill McBride.
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