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Do you need assistace on how to get head shots?
If so then the answer is pretty simple. What I want you to do is not aim for the head exactly before you're about to shoot, but instead aim for the upper chest or neck. That way when you shoot you cause serious injury to the other player as your gun's recoil finishes him off with a head shot.

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