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  1. Hey guys, I just finished a solo game which I felt I played really well in, had to swim across the river to get to the island, and outplayed campers etc. so I got in a 1v1. I knew he was behind one of the pillars of the bridge so I ran to him, I saw him swimming! So I shot at his torse for 6-8 times and I didn't see a single blood spat, so I'm like, fine okay, I guess water REALLY slows your bullets down that they don't do damage or something.So I approached him ever move because he had to go onshore to win obviously. When I approached him (really) close range he peeked -IN- the water behind the pillar so it came down to who shot the best. I aimed at his troath region (I often do this to compensate for inaccuracy so I hit the torso, shoulders or head.) and he didn't get hit ONCE. I think this is to blame because the water surface was around his nipples (for lack of a better determination haha). And now I feel robbed of my win. I remember ARMA doing this differently, I think you could atleast shoot through 2-3 meters of water before your bullets deal no damage, long time I played the game but I can remember picking off people in water really easily. So, any thoughts about this? Please let me know if I'm just bad or if you've also witnessed this. Kind Regards, Roman