Ok so I'll admit I love shotguns!! The Remington, the s12 are my two favorite guns and most maps I do quite well! I play FFA almost exclusively and all I hear is "fuckin cheap ass shotgunner". I don't think people realize the skill involved. Keeping the enemy in an engagement that gives you the advantage. There are plenty of times where I have to turn and run cause I know im out of range to kill. It is a skill just like quickscoping which I personally hate. But I don't rage on it cause it to is a skill and the way I see it is if you've mastered that skill then use it to your fullest advantage. Any thoughts as to why shotgunning is so looked down on? I know people say oh it takes no skill, it's luck. But I disagree it is a skill staying in close quarters controlling engagements to have an advantage. Just wanted to hear some opinions.