Was searching through the forums for something En4cer or Rouge said a year or two ago, when I found something I once posted about tactical fire & maneuver used in films:
* for context, IRL = In Real Life; IHW = In HollyWood
My list of differences between Real world Elite and Holiwood Elite.
IRL a 9mm probably will bounce off a windshield at 50m
IHW a 9mm will take out the engine block of a truck if its on Full Auto.
IRL a solider might not have a full mag all the time, to prevent jams. (editors note: not all are created equal)
IHW, magazines have bullets 4 a breast so you can reload off camera
IRL a [good] solider can snap off a head shot at 50m /w an MP5 as fast as they can think.
IHW, the hero can pop the running squiral in the left nut at 25m with a sling shot.
IRL, a 12.7mm M2 || M82 will make your day.
IHW, some how a pistol packs more punch then a 30mm Gatling gun.
IRL, you want strong cover like a CBS wall so bullets won’t penitrate.
IHW, you can use a lamp post or a dead guy as cover agasnt 7.62x39mm ammo.
Some how I can’t help but chuckle whenever I think about that running squirrel part xD. For some reason the Last Action Hero also comes to mind…