he is a terrorist
I'm not sure about the RoE real swat teams use. Anyway I hate the word "terrorist". Do me the favor and don't use it in this forum or any tactical discussion, I'll explain that later in another thread.
Crouching is ONLY used if you`re ammo is low or if something is wrong with the gun.
That's true, but not applicable to swat4 or RvS.
In real swat teams the first man usually move in a ducked position (concerning the back, not the knees). The second man is straight behind him and cover aboves the shoulder.
In game we don't have this ducked position. Futhermore is difficult to control the exact position of the gun muzzel. The in-game option that comes closest to real swat movement is a pointman moving crouched.
Through each door goes mostly 2 or 3 people
That's what we do in most cases (sometimes a 4-man-entry).
Swat ALWAYS enters a room through all possible ways.
If they have a floorplan....
They kind of "rush" but thats a tactic rush.
That's what we try to do when no newcomers are present. But in real scenarios the officer-suspect ration favors mostly the officer, whereas in game we are mostly outnumbered.
After double shoot the aiming tool stands still. There is no energy that should move the aiming tool. In SWAT 4 the burst has 3 bullets. That`s not good cause the 3rd bullet doesnt hit the target.
I didn't get this statements. The first 2 bullets produce no recoil at all ("aiming tool stands still"), but the third bullet misses the target? Actually I think that there is no really huge difference between 2 and 3 shoot-burst. (The MP5 3 shoot-burst in RvS is also pretty accurate.)
Like M4 or GB36s. Its a nice gun but it doesnt work good for the short range distance.
Sounds a bit strange. An AR is a huge and "heavy" weapon and therefore kinda unhandy if you enter a room, especially in dynamic (takes long to recover the aim). But the weapons can ofc be used against targets in short range.