Alpha Project is a Battlefield 2 modification which goals are to bring back all the features that were left out in the retail game.
The gameplay style of the mod is a mixture of arcade and realism.
Why the mini uzi and not the original uzi?
Why not being satisfied with what you get?
Why not all of them UZIs :D
But why is one better that the other?
All Uzis are beautiful.
Basicly the original uzi got a low firerate of 600rpm which makes it nothing special compared to other weapons in ap, while the mini uzi got a way higher firerate up to 1200rpm in reality on illegaly modified versions which makes it a pretty unique and dangerous smg which deserves the role of a special issue weapon in ap
the micro uzi has 1200, the mini is 900 rpm
Youtu.be at the end of the video you see the mini uzi can have this firerate aswell...
I agree with mp5lng. :D
I always like a good Uzi.
my money is ready. oh wai-
"Excuse me, is that an Uzi?" "Why, yes it is. Hey, self-defense is no laughing matter! That why when I want number one I pack an Uzi... accept no substitutes."
If someone recognize the quote I'll ship him an invisible bag full of nothing. :D
okay google, it's Air America
But will I be able to do drive-by's with it :D?
Let me guess, a Pickup kit only weapon or class specific weapon. :)
Of corse pickupkit but secret and very limited and hidden, only available on a few maps and those are hare to find, do to its high firerate and mandown power if i can call that like this :P but its not op, it got similar characteristics to the mp5 but more bullets per mag and higer firerate then any other handheld weapon in ap
Nice one, I'll share you something; in the philippines that weapon is very popular among criminals, PMC's, even undercover cops.
Let me guess，soon means 0.31 is soon ？
i would bet on 0.4... (isnt ut naive?)
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Now I can do Hit and Run Effectively with massive Fire Power and Rate!
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...exactly what the title says :P