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What Is A Good Gaming Mouse for Tactical Shooters and FPS?

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Thanks to games within the Tactical Shooter genre like Robocraft and Gear up, I have been considering a good Tactical Shooter gaming mouse that also does well for First Person Shooters. However, I do not know a lot about the new gaming mice that are out and I would like some recommendations.

The Razer Naga Hex that I currently have would have answered this question, but I use a lot of thumb pressure when moving the mouse, and sometimes my thumb slips onto one of the buttons on the side. This has really started to bother me, hence why I am now on the search for a good mouse that does well with both Tactical Shooters and First Person Shooters.

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Ive heard great reviews on the Zowie lineups. (i.e Fk1, Ec1, Ec2) They have a pretty solid avago 3310 sensor. Other than that, Final Mouse makes a pretty solid mouse with a pretty accurate sensor too

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I don't think its much about the mouse as it is about geting used to it. Simply put 10% of the mouse, 90% you. But generaly speaking for FPS you want as simple mouse as you can get really, no unnecessary buttons and stuff. I play many genres when it comes to games and i still use my old Razer Lachesis and i think todays Razer Deathadder should be just as good, so if i had to go with a new mouse i would probably get that one, or ROCCAT Kone XTD.

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I know Razer gets a lot of hate and they may not have the absolute best sensor but I really love the form factor of my Razer Mamba. I also have a secondary fps gaming mouse that I use called the Logitech G602 which I got on sale for $45 that is also wireless (but uses AA batteries) and has fantastic tracking + battery life. The difference between the two is that the Mamba is a "claw grip" style mouse while the G602 is the opposite and requires the person rest their hand on it. So when you choose a mouse, the style of how you grip it really plays a huge part in whether you're going to like it or not. 

 

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Hello friend!! You can try for Logitech G600 MMO mouse . I am also having this mouse and it is really good.  It is great for everyday use as well as game use. I would highly recommend it. 

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I love my Logitech Wireless G700s. The 4 side buttons are extremely useful for games like Overwatch where your hero has a bunch of abilites. It takes a while to get use to but after a week it feels completely natural. The battery life on it kinda sucks due to it being a laser mouse but I alway have extra eneloops on me to change out or a USB cord to turn it into a wire mode.

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