Hello, Armies! Mr. Frog Hubient here and I am back with another gun recommendation for you to use in Counter Strike. Highly accurate and armor-piercing. The gun with a slow-loader that compensates with a generous 20-round magazine and forgiving recoil. Five-SeveN
The FN Five SeveN is a Belgian semi automatic pistol manufactured by FN Herstal. The Five-SeveN was used in Counter-Strike’s early games. It is based upon the original Five-SeveN model, while the Global Offensive variant is based on the USG.
Only the Counter-Terrorists have access to this weapon, and it has been so for most of its history. The weapon was initially available to Counter-Terrorists as well as Terrorists at the time of Global Offensive’s release. However, CTs were again made available for them after the January 23, 2013, update. Global Offensive was released to Counter-Terrorists as well as Terrorists. However, they were again restricted to CTs after the January 23rd 2013 update.
Its strengths include a high rate-of-fire, excellent accuracy, and a large magazine size. Despite all these advantages, the Five-SeveN is not very popular in Counter-Strike or Counter-Strike Source. This is due to its low damage and higher price, which makes it one of the most expensive pistols after the.40 Dual Elites and the long reload times. It gained popularity in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive due to its lower price (equivalent of the Terrorist Tec-9), and the fact that it does more damage and takes less time to reload. The main problem with this pistol is its high price. This makes it a more situational buy.
In previous games, if both the Five-SeveN or P90 are equipped simultaneously, they will draw from a single pool of 100 rounds because sharing cartridges. Global Offensive has removed all forms of ammo sharing. However, the Five-SeveN initially had incorrectly been allowed to share ammo. This was corrected in an April 28, 2015 update.
The recoil of the Five-SeveN’s first two shots is very low, making it easy to double-tap this pistol. This technique will score you easy kills by scoring headshots. This tactic is best used in Global Offensive. This weapon is a good option as it has less Kevlar resistance than other pistols. Spray bullets at a short distance and aim for your head. A second shot will be required if the target is not wearing a helmet. Two to three shots more may be required if the target does not have a helmet.
In all Counter-Strike games prior to Global Offensive, it is one of only two guns that will not get an instant kill from a headshot at close quarters, the other being the 9×19mm Sidearm. The Five-SeveN in Global Offensive has the same draw and reload animations as the P2000, P250 and the Glock-18.It is one of the four uncut weapons to retain its real name prior to CS:GO, the others being the Maverick M4A1 Carbine, the MAC-10, and the M249.
In Source, the Five-SeveN’s slide is not animated properly. Only the back half of the slide is animated while the front half remains stationary. This is most evident when reloading as the slide locks back.The alternate ES name likely comes from the two letters in the middle of the name, fivE-Seven. The real name has the FN capitalized to reflect its manufacturer, FN Herstal.
So, that’s all for the Five-SeveN! Which gun should I use next? Leave a comment below. Again my name is Mr Frog, and catch you on the next one.
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