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On Firing Range, the goal is to shoot at the targets on continuous rounds of increasing difficulty, with a different weapon each time. The game has the sensibility tuned to perform exactly the same as the COD series, even including the ADS skill, and will help you improve your FPS accuracy.

On the higher levels, the game will require both accurate shots and high reflexes to keep going, which will end up in a challenge even for most seasoned gamers.

The game also includes a shop were you can purchase skins for all your weapons, using your hard-earned bullseye points. There are tons of skins to choose from, including camouflage and dynamic skins, such as "Fire", "Rainbow", etc.

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