"Skorpion and M93R are like siblings. If the first is weak, the second is stronger, and if the first can go fully automatic, the second can't. It's mixed with advantages and disadvantages, that's why I like it."
The M93R, commonly known as the Beretta 93R, is alright for dealing with small groups of zombies. High damage and low ammo, the M93R is a trustworthy primary for beginners.
Who even buys this? Sure, the burst fire is nice, but the accuracy and range is so bad the only thing you'd probably hit is Casius Outpost. What a joke. It's a shame really, L-Brain Sideworks poured so much resources into this anticipated weapon, only to be met with insane amounts of backlash due to its poor performance in the field.
Most people just buy these now out of novelty reasons, or simply unaware of its current reputation as the worst weapon ever made. Embarrassing, considering that the original M93Rs from the Berreta company before the apocalypse was far more superior than this trash.
It's not a secondary, so don't buy it if the only reason you were going to was to replace your old secondary.
The fast firing speed of the burst helps to get some shots in before your target reacts.
You can do a maximum of 258 damage to an enemy if you manage to land the whole burst as headshots.
This gun only has 4 bursts in each mag, so use your ammo wisely.
Crouching and ADS'ing helps. This weapon loses accuracy quickly while firing.