Hmmmmm, I would’t call it ban worthy. Or even unfair necessarily. I changed my setup to match yours after watching this video and found that I wasn’t any better. I’m not sure if you broke your mouse wheel or if that’s how it came because most if not all mouse wheels don’t freely spin like that. I can only get a few shots off before my mouse wheel stops firing. And I much prefer left click over that. I’m actually faster with left click.
99% of mouse wheels don’t do that so I don’t see it being an issue. Now, if you broke yours or modified it then you are now exploiting a game mechanic which I am not sure if that’s considered to be modding or not. To be honest I wouldn’t worry. You’re not using 3rd party software and its technically possible to fire that fast with left click so there’s no real way they can observe something abnormal that would end up punishable.
As far as FOV goes, I really don’t see why people think its this big advantage. Maybe in games like CSGO where players have head height around corners actually memorized like a computer where a longer FOV gives that millisecond advantage but a game like Gears just doesn’t do it. So I really don’t care.
Honestly the biggest concern here is the mouse wheel stunt but unless you’re using 3rd party software or alternated software the game physically won’t let you fire any faster. So technically we all can fire that fast it just might be harder for some. That being said, there’s no way Xbox ET or TC can analyze that you’re doing something that is considered not possible for everyone else therefore it’s probably not bannable.
This is why modded controllers go unpunished. It’s because they’re not firing faster there just firing the fastest, all the time. Which is harder and unrealistic for everyone else but technically still possible. So its hard for enforcers to actually determine if its a cheater or not.