Hello, Armies! Mr. Frog Hubient here and I am back with another gun recommendation for you to use in Counter Strike. This gun is one of the pistols featured in the Counter-Strike series. The Desert Eagle.
The Desert Eagle, or Night Hawk .50C, as it was previously known, is one of the pistols featured in the Counter-Strike series. It can be replaced with the R8 Revolver in Global Offensive.
The IMI Desert Eagle, a large semi-automatic pistol that can hold the powerful .50 Action Express cartridge, is one of the most powerful pistol cartridges currently in production. Magnum Research Inc., the United States designed it. It was then refined and manufactured in Israel Military Industries. The exception of a contract with Saco Defense between 1995 and 1998, production was moved to MRI’s facility in 2009. Although it is not suitable for military use because of its size and recoil, the large and powerful appearance made it an attractive choice for movies and video games. The Desert Eagle can be used in-game as a semi-automatic pistol that is available to both sides. It can inflict large amounts of damage because it is equipped with 7 rounds .50 Action Express. It costs $650 for the earlier games, and $700 for Global Offensive.
The Counter-Strike sidearm, the Desert Eagle, is a popular one. Its high power is what makes it so popular. This pistol was the only one that could kill an opponent with just one shot, regardless of helmet or armor. While other pistols are capable of accomplishing this feat in Global Offensive as well, the Desert Eagle is far more reliable than most. It has a high base damage which can compensate for damage dropoff at distance and far better standing accuracy that most pistols. The Desert Eagle is the only pistol in Global Offensive that has high penetration.
The Desert Eagle’s main disadvantages are its small magazine and low rate of fire. It also has a low recoil when fired multiple times. And it is slow to move when using the weapon. High base damage makes it very noticeable. However, it is not as loud and distinctive as the damage dropoff.
As the most expensive pistol next to the R8 Revolver at $600, it is not recommended for use during pistol rounds, where Armor is far more vital and early-game economic management is important.
When using this weapon, always go for headshots. A headshot grants an instant kill, even if the target is wearing a helmet and he is at full health and at a medium range away. This weapon can also be used to kill an opponent with 2-3 body shots. If you miss the headshot but you hit the body, go finish them off with another shot or two to the body. In Global Offensive, the damage per bullet has increased. However, the spread generated after firing has increased as well thus making the Desert Eagle less effective for spraying bullets at longer ranges and forces the user to shoot the gun at a slower rate than in previous games. It is far more recommended to fire the gun in single shots.
So, that’s all for Desert Eagle! Which gun should I use next? Leave a comment below. Again my name is Mr Frog, and catch you in the next one.
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