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11-02-2012, 10:43 AM | Post: #1
Offline Vitukr 
Can you explain me weapon stats: accuracy, range?
As I understand...
Accuracy means that the bullet deviates from a straight line shot.
Mostly, it depends on the quality of a barrel.
Gravity is not taken into account in this indicator.
Longer distance more deviates.
And what I see. Inaccuracy for M1911 Veteran is 0.4, for SVD is 2.6, for M95 is 2.0.
It means that M1911 is most accurate among them.
It is impossible.
I use this information http://alchemical.cc/bfp4f_tools/compare

Range means meters? Range 50 is the same 50 meters?
(This post was last modified: 11-02-2012 10:54 AM by Vitukr.)
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12-02-2012, 09:51 PM | Post: #2
Offline roennel 
Yes, its even called Deviation in the game, i've just choosen Inaccuracy for the tool because i thought more europeans would know what accuracy is instead of deviation.

Gravity does affect the trajectory, see this thread for more info.

But Deviation is a seperate component on top of the gravity.

Range 1m InGame = 1m Real AFAIK.

And yes, the pistols are currently overpowered...probably get fixed soon.

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12-02-2012, 11:22 PM | Post: #3
Offline jusper 
(11-02-2012 10:43 AM)Vitukr Wrote:  Can you explain me weapon stats: accuracy, range?
As I understand...
Accuracy means that the bullet deviates from a straight line shot.
Mostly, it depends on the quality of a barrel.
Gravity is not taken into account in this indicator.
Longer distance more deviates.
And what I see. Inaccuracy for M1911 Veteran is 0.4, for SVD is 2.6, for M95 is 2.0.
It means that M1911 is most accurate among them.
It is impossible.
I use this information http://alchemical.cc/bfp4f_tools/compare

Range means meters? Range 50 is the same 50 meters?

The in accuracy you are quoting is the hipfire though. WHen aiming through the scope/iron sight, the deviation values are given by 3 numbers (Maximal, Minimal, Gain).

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13-02-2012, 01:37 AM | Post: #4
Offline =GammaEagle= 
There are 3 Types of Accuracy:
Deviation: Amount bullet deviates from straight line
Recoil: Amount gun deviates from first fire position
Velocity: Amount bullet drops over distance

As for you, the M95 has absolutely NO deviation. The only in-accuracy there-in suffered by the bolt action is Velocity, because the bullet does drop after awhile. Recoil is un-important because it's a bolt action. The SVD has all 3, not really accurate. The M1911 has un-noticeable deviation, practically no recoil, and more velocity than the M95. So it is therefore considered more accurate, even though it's harder to aim with, because there is no scope.
(This post was last modified: 13-02-2012 01:39 AM by =GammaEagle=.)
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