I use 14 and was so excited when I saw it. I remember back in w@w when we saw people who had 10 on we tried it and could not do anything. I didn't go to 10 until the middle of mw2. When psn was down for over a month the night it came back I had to drop to like 8 because I couldn't handle 10.
I have and always will use the highest available (do not be fooled by numbers... this AMP may go to 11, but it is not really any louder).
I find 14 feels the same as 10 on previous games (maybe that is just me).
When I snipe, I prefer the faster movement, and when I RAG I hip fire while running and moving so I feel sluggish when the sensitivity is lower.
Is it just me or does higher sensitivity give you more of an advantage with aim assist. I've seen many players spin around almost instantly even in slow motion but lock dead center mass for an easy kill. I know there are those out there with great reaction times and have a natural feel for the controls, but if you can do 180* turns like that I would expect a much better K/D out of you. I know they're also on the good side of lag because the only reason they turned around was because I shot them 3x first
I used to run on the highest possibleon black ops as i liked to use the ballistic to run around like michael myers messing around with it
I started highest level on black ops2, and got on ok, then i discovered what an idiot i was when i lowered it down to 6, this is where i found my range better and got more kills, as my accuracy improved somewhat
However, i find i need to turn it up on SnD for some reason
I used to play on 6 in other cod games, so when this game dropped I was using 8. For some reason I couldn't get used to it, now i play on 4 in BO2. It helps me a lot in gunfights any range, especially because I play league play a lot, and against a good team it's important to win your gunfights, especially in SnD.
After watching my nephew play on my console and getting 40+ kills every game i decided to try the higher sensitivity, I have been slowly increasing, one number at a time, over the past 2 weeks. Started out on 4 and now I am up to 10. Taking it slow has given me the chance to adapt. I can for sure say that my K/D is rising and I am loosing less gun fights. I also am not getting shot in the back as often because I can spin around and have enough time to react.
The other thing that has made a HUGE difference is the tactical button layout, I used to loose alot of gun fights due to the Panic knife, now I am a drop shooting maniac. Still tring to get my hands to push the O button to knife when I want to, but I quite knifing on accident.
I run the 14 sensitivity. Once you get used to it, there is no other way to go. It's great for close range because no one can just run a circle around you and shoot you in the back, except for when the game is in one of it's moods and the connection is horrible. Also, you get used to it when firing long range shots. I mean, I snipe and do well with the 14 sensitivity, so hey. I just think that no matter what weapon you're using, 14 is the way to go.