I understand why you want to use SF.. but i recommend this
use kap40 for close courters.
that way you have the accuracy for mid to long range and when u get into close quarters get that Kap40 out, since it dominates really any smg CQC
I get your point but the reason that I like the SF option is because I run an 8 sensitivity. When I come up against a guy running a speed class that bolts past me, I have very little time to react and not die. In this situation I have to hipfire and hope that I can turn fast enough to track him while he halo jumps and dropshots me. Not having to think about timing my shots helps in this situation. Sure I could use a Kap (which I do btw) but then I have to consider the switch out delay and hope that I don't miss too much as the Kap runs out of ammo very fast. Not running a 14 sensitivity has one draw back and that is turning when you've been caught off gaurd. By having SF on I can keep my primary out and kill the enemy with only 2 bullets landed. Anytime that I know that I'm going into a CQC situation, I alway switch to my KAP first. The SF option just helps when I don't know that I'm going into a CQC situation. Again it's not a necessary attachment but it does give me and my playstyle a slight edge on a weapon that really doesn't need an attachment to be good.
yeah, i use to run SF all the time on them, but found running it semi was way better, and i guess i minimize those suprise CQ situations because i always run awareness, so alot of the times i know when to switch before i see the enemy..
Isn't the top sensitivity a 10? or am i missing out on something?
In every CoD prior to BO2 the top sensitivity was a 10. However, for BO2 they redistributed the sensitivities into 14 options. A 14 in BO2 is equivalent to a 10 in MW3. So my 8 in BO2 is like a 6 in MW3.