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    gauss v buildings

    do gauss weapons work against buildings. when you need a 6 for glancing


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    yes

    guass doesn't only apply to specific targets, it applys to everyhting

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    I just hate how my buddy can camp a heavy weapon squad in a bunker and I can't get them out. I can only STUN them from shooting...SICK!!!
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    so do disruption fields work against buildings

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    Yes. Same principle, since buildings are armored like vehicles.
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