Groza was added as part of the Black Cold War Season 1 update. The Groza is a heavy-duty Bullpup rifle that fires 7.62×39 rounds. It is likely to be known in real life for its unusual vertical shape and one of the unique iron sights. This Russian rifle did not actually appear in the Cold War itself, as it entered military service a few years after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Regardless, it is here now and I am sure you are eager to know the best design.
Groza didn’t exactly cause the overwhelming enthusiasm within Black Cold War social communication. Despite being a top notch choice in War zoneMost players have abandoned its use for regular team play. This is generally due to the terrible recoil spray pattern that is unnecessarily difficult to manage. But Groza gets really bad when leaving stock. Once you put in some recoil control accessories, the Groza can become surprisingly accurate, making it a viable option Black Cold War Gear.
Groza Burke Grid Building
- mask: KGB Remover
- barrel: 16.2 ″ Gru Composite
- Underbarrel: Spetsnaz grip
- magazine: VDV 50 Rnd Fast Mag
- handle: Puppy floppy wrap
- Allowance: Burke Grid
I’ve played with the Gunfighter wildcard, but found using eight attachments overkill on the Groza. Despite its serious drawbacks when left in stock, it only requires two or three attachments to turn it into one. cold WarThe best weapons. Instead, I use the best-in-the-hole Perk Greed, which allows me to run Ghost and Ninja at the same time. The ability to stay off the radar and run silently allows for more aggressive gameplay. Your other choice of perks is personal preference, but the typical top-level options are like Flak Jacket, Assassin, and Intel forward All are viable.
As previously touched upon, Groza has a very unique set of iron sights. I even describe them as throwing iron sights. Either you love them or you hate them. Personally, I don’t enjoy using it a long distance but I find it excellent at a range of thirty meters or so. Given that most of the encounters are in Black Cold War Within that range, it works fine. But if you intend to take Groza to game modes that feature long-range interactions like Dirty Bomb, optics might be of help.
By far the biggest problem Groza faces is its poor bounce. Without any attachments, the Groza features a terrible spray pattern that shoots hard and leaves before veering back in. In an FPS packed with precision laser-based assault rifles and machine guns, this recoil style will result in lost firefights. Fortunately, with both the KGB Eliminator and the Spetsnaz Grip, this can be nullified almost completely.
It is assumed that these two attachments combined provide a reduction of 23% for vertical setback and 20% for horizontal setback. While these numbers are impressive, they do not explain the unusual gap between Groza’s recoil pattern before and after its outfitting. In practice, the reduction appears closer to 70% or even 80%. It really feels like a completely different weapon once you reach Level 41 and equip both of them. Be aware though that grinding up to that point can be frustrating. The Groza’s low-profile and poorly equipped gear will outgrow nearly every other rifle Black Cold War.
The remainder of this construction is relatively standard. The 16.2 ″ Gru Composite helps increase the bullet velocity by 25% while increasing the maximum damage range by nine meters. This results in a new maximum damage range of 47.6 meters, which is enough to ensure you get five kills in most engagements. However, if you are going to play the dirty bomb, a longer range barrel like 16.7 VDV Reinforced might be more suitable.
Thanks to Groza’s excellent handling characteristics, we can withstand the VDV 50 Rnd Fast Mag’s hitting sightings (ADS). With a cost of 76ms added to aiming time, we get more ammunition, a larger clip, and a significantly improved reload time. A new reload time of just under a second is excellent considering the 50-round magazine. To counter the ADS penalty in 50 Rnd Fast Mag, you’ll want to use Gru Elastic Wrap. This is a must-have on basically every rifle Black Cold War. It reduces ADS time by 30%, resulting in a new ADS time of 252 ms. This isn’t particularly impressive for an assault rifle, but it’s fast enough to still be competitive in most scenarios.
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