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Strong Opinions[edit]

"The Handcannon is therefore one of the best back-up weapons any player could have." This is a very heavy tongued statement, and while I don't mind an opinion or two, especially tips, I'm feeling a line crossed. For instance, I'm cool with "...but is popular among all perks due to its power, range, and low weight -- only four weight-blocks."

Speaking of heavy tongued statements: "It is possible to dual-wield Handcannons, but the majority of the Killing Floor community prefer to use a single Handcannon for its accuracy with the iron-sights." I understand and somewhat agree, but I think it should be more light in its assertions. I've seen quite a few people use dual Handcannons.

Should we tone it down? --Koshka 14:23, 13 January 2010 (UTC)

Maybe the "one of the best backups" part can be toned down to like how you worded it. But the "accuracy with iron-sights" thing says majority of the KF community, not the whole community. Unless you really want to tone it down too, just remove the "majority of the KF community prefer to use..." to something like "it is possible to dual-wield Handcannons, however, its accuracy with the iron-sights are greatly reduced to merely zooming in a little on the camera." --Takua 09:29, 14 January 2010 (UTC)
I think I'll get around to it today then. Thanks. --Koshka 15:25, 14 January 2010 (UTC)

Weight blocks[edit]

The current version of the page lists a handcannon as four blocks, and dual handcannon says four blocks as well. Isn't that a little misleading? Should it maybe say +4 blocks, or something? Maybe there's a better way to list the properties of the paired weapons. --Lucitania 08:15, 22 March 2011 (UTC)

Last time I checked, dual handcannons weigh as much as a single handcannon. —Weldindisdowa T/C 12:48, 22 March 2011 (UTC)