(19-02-2012 02:15 AM)TaxManD Wrote:
(19-02-2012 01:19 AM)TacticalS Wrote:
Of course, but every stock has its main purpose, except maybe tactical stock who helps a bit in everything (good for all rounder guns).
(19-02-2012 12:49 AM)TaxManD Wrote: for most SMG, balanced stock is good (hip firing CQC)
balanced stock does more than affecting hip firing
it lowers deviation gained after each shot as well
Precision helps with ADS by greatly lowering max deviation (good for guns like m60, 240b, etc.).
Balanced stock greatly increase Hipfiring accuracy (good for smgs but also guns like M4, AK-47), it also helps a little bit in reducing ADS deviation, but not as much as precision stock.
So if you're gonna not gonna rely on the strong points of these 2 above, as in you don't favor ADS or hipfiring, might as well take Tactical stock, since it helps a bit in everything but nothing specifically.
Stabilized stock greatly reduces horizontal recoils, pretty much the best stock , it's good on pretty much anything because you can really feel the lower recoils.
Personally, the way I see it meant to be, precision for most LMGs, balanced for most SMGs, Tactical on most ARs, stabilized on non-bolt Recon rifles.
I think that balanced stock is better in hip-fire and ADS both in means of deviation and recoil than precision stock. i am just saying from my own experience not from what written in stock description. I tried both of them and noticed that Precision stock reduces deviation but not the recoil. But balanced stock gives a good balance between recoil and deviation which i really love and recommend.