Of course I love the experimental pvg as it is, too.
It’s just the gap between its power and the other weapons powers. You don’t need many shots for everything, it has a large (if extended) magazine, high firerate, much power, over great distances and you get more ammo than you need.
Just not using an imbalanced weapon is a workaround, but doesn’t fix the issue.
Btw… In most cases the experimental pvg is even too strong in penetration to use the experimental explosive ammo… Most times I shoot at a large target, the explosive just runs through the target and explodes some times later somewhere behind the target.
Almost like with the exp magnus when using experimental explosive ammo… But for the magnus it’s intended.
Or think about the experimental granatgevär… Yes, I do use it. But to be true other 5c rocketlaunchers are more effective. The 6c doesn’t double the damage, it just doubles the consume of ammo… Which isn’t a rare ammo and therefore doesn’t matter much… But additionally it takes longer to reload, if you don’t abort the reloading process manually after the first round.
The exp kpist runs out of ammo fast, the experimental klauke doesn’t to additional damage, but has a nearly rare emp-effect.
The experimental 12G doesn’t feel strong enough on close distances, and is almost useless over medium to large ranges (maybe except against fueltanks, cars,…).
The experimental kvm59 may cause crashes or hurt yourself if used for closer combats.
The experimental kvm89 may be fast and very precise… If you manage to keep it in hot state… But the damage output nevertheless is low.
The experimental AG4 is a good alrounder with no negative sides and it’s not too strong.
Last but not least the experimental Älgstudsare. If it would be possible to aim with it, it would be a very special and cool gun. But most shots are just luck.
You see… The experimental pvg is the only gun which combines to have no negative sides with being much stronger than its 5c version.
But you also see, that the other experimentals could use some rework, too.