Battlefield 3 Extended Mag Guide
In this Battlefield 3 Extended Mag guide, you will find out how to
unlock the extended Mag, learn exactly what it does, and finally learn the best strategies for using this
primary weapon accessory.
Battlefield 3 Extended Mag - Overview and Function
The extended mag increases the size of your clip by 50% (not including the bullet in the chamber of course).
This means when using a gun with a 30-round clip, it will be increased to 45 bullets. This way you can fire for 50%
longer in between reloads (not that you shouldn't reload early when you have downtime).
The Extended Mag does not increase your total amount of ammunition. That is the function of the Ammo
Specialization and is not a gun accessory but rather a class-specific specialization.
How to Unlock the BF3 Extended Mag
Unlocking it is easy - just get kills with your weapon of choice. You unlock a new customization every 10-20
kills. The Extended Mag is not one of the first attachments you get so it will take a bit to get this for your gun
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Battlefield 3 Extended Mag Strategies
So now that you know what the Extended Mag does and how to unlock it, you are ready to learn the best time to
use it. The truth is the Extended Mag is only useful if you have a very specific sort of playstyle - short-ranged
combat with a lot of shooting from the hip with an automatic weapon. Additionally, it can be very beneficial for
slow-loading weapons like Sniper Rifles. Let's examine both cases below:
The first situation involves someone using an automatic weapon to shoot opponents from the hip while strafing
side to side. This makes it hard to be hit with bullets, but also decreases your accuracy. If you shoot from a
short range though, it works great and you can often take down multiple players. The biggest downside is that you
use a lot of bullets with such an approach. That is why the Extended Mag is good for this sort of playstyle.
The other situation is when you are using something like a Sniper Rifle which has a very long reload time. This
gives lets you stay in the fight 50% longer before you have to take cover and reload, which can make a huge
difference for pro snipers who do not need much time to aim and don't have a use for a Bipod.
Battlefield 3 Extended Mag Conclusion
To sum things up, the Battlefield 3 Extended Mag excels when it is used to buy yourself some time when
using a slow-reloading weapon or to extend your longevity in short-ranged, strafing, hip-firing combat.
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