Any Good. Vf-7s Featherlight. Payday 3

Intro

Intro

Good morning, everyone. Today I want to talk about a VF 7s fit or scar. And depending on how you want to call it, this weapon is a weapon that you can get as a preset at level 40.

Overall thoughts

And I want to focus on the preset weapon and kind of talk about the preset things and how it feels and how good it is because it's one of the first preset Assa rifles you can actually get, and you get the base weapon in the article out of the preset at level 77, so it's the last weapon you unlock.

Therefore. I wanted to talk about whether it's good to unlock this weapon since at level 40 most people tend to save some money and they have some cash on disposal to actually buy this or almost buy it, and I want to talk about it, so without further ado, let's get into how this weapon feels. It feels exactly like AK, but better, in my opinion.

I am not a huge fan of the AK in this game simply because I'm not a huge fan of slow weapons that feel kind of more damage but slower fire rate, so I went into fvf 7s or scars with a lot of bad feelings. However, I was genuinely surprised by how good the weapon is.

First impressions

First impressions

You should see a lot of footage in this article from it, and, needless to say, I was surprised. This weapon is very good, especially against things like lead guards or bulldozers. It can devastate those kinds of things since, in all difficulties as of now, enemies have the same HP; it's just that they do more damage.

This weapon will be something of a carry for you if you play loud. Since this is a preset weapon, you cannot customize it; you cannot even change a skin or anything like that, however, from my understanding. Even if you cannot do that, you can still level up the base weapon, meaning if you buy it at level 40, your XP should attribute once you are level 77 to that weapon, which you will unlock.

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It's got a perforated grip and a light frame, meaning it's a bit more agile than the standard SCAR H or V VF, and overall, it feels very good to shoot with. I would best describe it as AK that has matured. I guess it feels very good on recoil; it's really easy to control it, and overall, it's very good as a weapon that you can get for 20 million at level 40.

Now, if you play loud, in my honest opinion, and if you like AK, you should definitely try to get this weapon, or at least try to get a level 77, simply because it's really, really good for what it does. Right now, since the game has only been out for one week, there aren't that many things you can spend money on aside from C Stacks, so if you have that disposal-able income. Now, if you look at the stats.

Stats against ak

Stats against ak

I feel like it doesn't paint the full picture right now. We are comparing the G gun to the AK-47 or q59, and we can see that the AK has an overall better stance, especially in recoil. However, from my experience with it, since the fire rate is a bit slower, it's easier to handle, and the spray pattern on the recall pattern is less vertical, in a way, and less horizontal.

It feels more subtle when you shoot it due to the fire R since it doesn't shoot as fast as the AK. It's a feeling thing, of course, but if you go for the head shots, especially against the lead guards or the Last Stand enemies, this weapon will serve you extremely well, and I cannot say you know how much I recommend it for me personally.

I enjoy weapons more like the Car 4 and/or SG Compact 7 that are very sooner since, in terms of fire rate or rather faster than the other weapons like the AK, but this weapon is I still enjoyed it a bit slower because it just packs a punch that not even the AK does, so yeah, if you like the AK I say definitely go for this weapon; it's 20 million, but you get to unlock it very sooner since, in my honest opinion, when you reach levels 50 to 60, the leveling gets a bit slower because of the number of challenges depending on what you do, of course.

So it will take a bit longer to be 77. But in my opinion, go get it if you like AK.

Outro

Outro

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