Battlefield 3 Foregrip Guide
In this Battlefield 3 Foregrip guide, I will be covering what the
Battlefield 3 Foregrip is, how to unlock it, and what the best situations are for using this primary weapon
Battlefield 3 Foregrip - Overview and Function
The Foregrip reduces the horizontal drift of any weapon it is attached to. Normally when you fire a gun, it
moves a little bit to the left or right. If you fire an automatic weapon for more than a few shots, the gun can
really drift off quite far to the left or right, making hitting your target something that cannot be done.
How to Unlock the BF3 Foregrip
For weapons that can use it (not every weapon can) the Battlefield 3 Foregrip is one of the first attachments
you will unlock. You get it just by getting 40 or so kills with your weapon of choice.
Battlefield 3 Foregrip Strategies
The Foregrip is a really good weapon attachment for any automatic or semi-automatic weapon. It makes shooting
players at any range much easier. Anything which increases your ability to aim is an excellent customization to
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In fact, the Foregrip is so good I would recommend it for all players in any situation. If you are using a gun
that can have the Foregrip, it is definitely something you will want to use. The Foregrip should be your default
attachment, and you should only use the other primary weapon attachments if you have a specific reason for doing so
(i.e. using the Extended Magazine for a short-ranged combat build).
One of the best ways you can use the Foregrip is for pushing the limits of the range of an Assault Rifle or
other ranged automatic or semi-automatic weapon. You can add on a Heavy Barrel and combine that with the Foregrip.
This results in increased accuracy, less horizontal drift, but more vertical climb.
Since Vertical Climb reverts to normal as soon as you stop firing and the foregrip practically removes
horizontal drift, these two together make it very easy to shoot targets at your weapon's max distance.
What you want to do is set your gun to single or burst-fire (turn off automatic mode) and just fire out bullets
one or two at a time. Pause very briefly in between shots, just long enough for the gun's vertical climb to fall
back down. You can usually get off 3-4 shots (more than enough to take out an enemy) in a second - just pause very
briefly and its all you need to counter the vertical climb of the Heavy Barrel.
Without the Foregrip, many guns would drift too far to the right or left in between shots so you would actually
have to aim again before shooting, which is what makes the Foregrip so good for this purpose.
Battlefield 3 Foregrip Conclusion
The Foregrip is one of the best primary weapon attachments in the game. If you have this unlocked for your gun
of choice, you should default to this in Battlefield 3. If you do decide to switch to something else, just make
sure you have a good reason!
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