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Thamu

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#1 10 years ago

Simple question: Which have less recoil? :) Less recoil = good for play with a high ping... ;)




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#2 10 years ago

According to their own ROF, and since they use the same cartridge, the M1 should have less recoil than the 1928.




[130.Pz]W.Fuchs

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#3 10 years ago

M1 had reduced rate of fire in comparison with the 1928 so it should have less recoil.




siben

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#4 10 years ago

Maybe but the 1928 had a muzzle brake thus reducing the recoil significantly, i think the 1928 was best, the m1 is just a striped version to make a cheap model for mass production. i am sure the quality had to suffer for it.




Ofw. Josef Schneider

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#5 10 years ago

...and the performance for high ping players might be important in an overall perspective, but should not be ranked to high in considerations which highly influence balancing and realism of the game... Edit: ...IMHO.




Von Mudra

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#6 10 years ago

Also, high rate of fire can also dampen recoil, ie, the MG42 and ppsh, by creating an even pressure instead of constant banging on your shoulder.




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#7 10 years ago

The 1928 and M1 Pretty much have the same rate of fire,700-800 Rpm. The 1928 with a Rof of 600 rpm is the us navy model,whereas the navy made it a requirement the few hundred on their order fire at 600 rpm. The M1 and M1A1 would have more muzzle climb and probably kick a little harder as it lacks a cutts compensator. Majority of the 1928s had them,but theres also those that didnt,for reasons of barrels being worn out or replaced in the field, leaving the factory without them due to shortage or parts or time constraints,etc. The compensator is a very handy attachment when dealing with a submachine gun firing a cartridge like .45 ACP. 28 Should climb and kick less.




[130.Pz]W.Fuchs

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#8 10 years ago

The 1928 and the A1 did not have the same rate of fire, Englehorn.

The newer design moved the charging handle to the side of the weapon, replaced the vertical front grip by a horizontal one, removed the muzzle brake and significantly reduced the rate of fire.

From FH page :p And do I see a timer on the FH home?..




Ofw. Josef Schneider

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#9 10 years ago

Well do you? Because I don't.




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#10 10 years ago

Look! The clock that always appears before an update is there! It wasn't there 2 hours ago!

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