I am thinking about what I am saying. It used to work like that. As long as the server acknowledged that the C-4 left your hand, even if you died immediately thereafter, you could just respawn, pull out your C-4 hand, click the trigger, and get rewarded experience. Yes, it may have been as broken as it seems to you, but there's no reason why the packages themselves have to be deleted as the solution, especially when this seems like it was intended to reflect detonator-less C-4 but they still left in the ability to shoot C-4 into exploding. The least that had to be done was disassociate the existing C-4 from the current trigger. It would run into the complication that there would not be a proactive means to get rid of C-4 other than waiting the other player out. Maybe another thing that can be removed by the Engineer tool? I can understand why just getting rid of the C-4 slab itself is an easier result to gaurantee but that doesn't mean it makes sense. You weren't making that point. You were comparing the Vulcan to the Saron and complaining that the latter doesn't have a TTK comparative against targets like the former when you should have been comparing it against the Aphelion, which does share the Vulcan's comparative TTK against targets. Nowhere did you complain that the CQC AV secondaries were too powerful in general. Beyond that, reducing the range of the Vulcan doesn't actually address your issue. Range is not the reason missed shots are a problem for the Saron but not for the Vulcan because a reduced-damage-range on the Vulcan wouldn't stop all shots from still landing and the Saron would still be missing shots and we're still comparing the Vulcan to the Saron. Seriously, stop that. It's not a valid comparison, especially not anymore. Now that weapons within its functional domain exist across all factions, we have to address the concept of all the CQC AV secondaries being as effective as they are. If that's your complaint, then I do not have an issue with it. I have more complaint with the Harasser having as much damage absorption as it curently does.