If I have a rifle with a scope and laser sight equipped, and then aim my laser at a distant object, then when I subsequently ADS I find that my aimpoint has shifted quite a lot and the gun scope has zero'd in on point which is offset from where the original laser dot was pointing.
eg. From hipfire position I aim my laser at window 50m away. When i then ADS, my scope and laser are now aimed 5m to the left, or right, or above, or below.
Is that right? This is fucking up my aim quite a bit.
When I aim down sights, I would expect that my rifle should stay aimed at whatever my dot was pointed at, not move to a random spot.
The direction and offset of the shift seems to be correlated with the direction the mouse was last moved before ADS and related to the size of the deadzone "cone".