If you really want maximum dakka, forget the AK47, and get a MP7 and MP5 instead. 2140 rounds on you, 1900 of which is on full auto guns.Support+Bullpup+M4+AK47+Scar.
Because I can.
I found an interesting loadout for the sharpshooter class that I thought I'd never use given that dual handcannons have far less accuracy than single-wielded.
> .44 Magnum for precision shots and ammunition conservation
> dual Handcannons for oh s*** moments and emergency takedowns of bigger specimens
> M14EBR for long range capabilities and rapid firepower for scrakes and FPs
Another change-up would be to replace the dual handcannons with a M79 launcher for trash removal and explosive help against FPs.
Don't think I like it too much. M14 can take out one scrake with precision, but it can be hard with other specimens there. Sometimes, there are even 2 or 3 scrakes. You'll want a LAR in that instance. LAR also helps a ton for crawlers when the situation implodes since it's a single shot to the body.
Your suggestion for the M79 seems to suggest this isn't a loadout for HoE since the sharpshooter's better off shooting a fleshpound's head with the M14 than using a m79. M79 is also fairly weak against trash offperked on HoE.
I think a M14 can take on multiple scrakes easy due to the 20-bullet magazine it sports and the massive DPS you can pour out (given all headshots). The M14 can also take out crawlers in 1 shot easy as well, and coupled with the laser module, the M14 is great for trash removal at short range.
But you're right in that this loadout is not meant for HoE. These are loadouts that I find effective on Hard mode when there are fewer players and the role of the Sharpshooter must expand into trash removal territory. The M79 becomes a great backup weapon in enclosed spaces and being able to wipe out clots and crawlers with ease. With more players, I relegate myself to LR support with a Xbow and a reliable sidearm, dual-wielded or not.
On the few times I've played on Suicidal, I find the LAR/M14 is a better loadout due to its cheapness, ease of maintenance, and the LAR's greater DPH. (Wish I could squeeze in there a .44 Magnum but alas.)