General B.H. wrote: Halo 2 has the best one, halo 3 odst has second best, and halo ce has the third best.
How does Halo 2 have the best Magnum ? That thing couldn't hit the side of a barn at ten meters, that and on any level higher that normal it was worthless.
The only thing that the M6C (Halo 2 magnum) has going for it is its rapid rate of fire, but aside from that it is the second weakest magnum in the entire Halo serries ; only after your 2nd choice the Halo 3 Odst one.
Me, it's just two magnums:
Halo CE: M6D Magnum (I love this being the overpowered weapon of its time)
Halo 3 ODST: M6C SOCOM (just cuz I like how it is inspired by the actual SOCOM pistol and that it reminds me more of MGS1 back on the PS One era)
hum... thats a hard choice the hce pistol had power and range, the h2 pistol had speed, the h3 pistol i dont even bother to pick up, the reach one was ok, the h4 was pretty much like the reach one. i guess i pick the SOCOM. speed, accuracy and range all put into one gun. :)
That's a tough choice. The M6D (CE) was powerful and effective, but seems too blocky and not very tactical. The M6C (2) was the polar opposite of the D, compact, sleek, and not powerful, but handy in a firefight. The M6G Marine (3) with a "whopping" fire rate but decent punch. And the M6H (4) was pretty good, complete with scope and new look. For me it comes down to the M6SOCOM (ODST) with suppressor, scope, and extended mag, but low power vs. the M6G Army (Reach) with scope, reliability, and used by the UNSC Army.
A tough choice indeed. The winner... M6G Army.
If those are my only options, I'm going to have to cheat and say, dependently all of the above. And if I had to only choose 1, that's what holding one, having another hold one, and another hold one, and another hold one, and another hold one are for. And if i had to i can always put a scope on a shot gun load it with slugs and use it as a sniper rifle. Not as effective as the real thing as the barrel is a bit different.
That is true, very true. I don't blame them, I personally believe, full auto is for people who don't mind wasting bullets and can't hit what they aim for, single fire is for those who can actually hit what they aim at.