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Battlefield 1 Weapon comparison: Russian 1895 Infantry vs Model 10-A Slug
Symthic BF1 stats version
1.09
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Weapons that show "N/A" for all reload values have dynamic reload times. See reload mechanics page for more information.

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Russian 1895 Infantry
+ None + None
vs
Model 10-A Slug
+ None + None
Advantages of Russian 1895 Infantry + None + None
Much more min damage
80
vs
45
Russian 1895 Infantry has 78% higher min damage
Much higher muzzle velocity
820 m/s
vs
420 m/s
Russian 1895 Infantry's bullets fly 95% faster
Significatly less upwards recoil
2
vs
11
Russian 1895 Infantry has 82% less upwards kick
Significantly less spread (ADS, not moving)
0
vs
0.24
Russian 1895 Infantry has 100% lower ADS base spread (Not moving)
Significantly less spread increase per shot (ADS)
0
vs
0.3
Spread increases 100% less on Russian 1895 Infantry when shooting (ADS)
A bit faster spread decrease (HIP)
10.05
vs
9
Russian 1895 Infantry recovers 12% faster from spread (HIP)
Much larger reload strip size
5
vs
1
Russian 1895 Infantry has 400% larger strip clip size
Advantages of Model 10-A Slug + None + None
Much more max damage
112
vs
100
Model 10-A Slug has 12% higher max damage
Slightly higher fire rate
78 rpm
vs
56 rpm
Model 10-A Slug fires rounds 39% faster
Bigger magazine
6
vs
5
Model 10-A Slug has 20% bigger magazine
Significantly less spread (ADS, moving)
0.48
vs
1
Model 10-A Slug has 52% lower ADS base spread (Moving)
Significantly less spread (HIP, Stand, Not moving)
1
vs
2.5
Model 10-A Slug has 60% lower HIP base spread (Standing, Not moving)
Significantly less spread (HIP, Crouching, Not moving)
1
vs
2
Model 10-A Slug has 50% lower HIP base spread (Crouch, Not moving)
Slightly less spread (HIP, Prone, Not moving)
1
vs
1.5
Model 10-A Slug has 33% lower HIP base spread (Prone, Not moving)
Significantly less spread (HIP, Stand, Moving)
1.2
vs
4
Model 10-A Slug has 70% lower HIP base spread (Standing, Moving)
Significantly less spread (HIP, Crouching, Moving)
1
vs
3.5
Model 10-A Slug has 71% lower HIP base spread (Crouch, Moving)
Significantly less spread (HIP, Prone, Moving)
1
vs
3
Model 10-A Slug has 67% lower HIP base spread (Prone, Moving)
Significantly less spread increase per shot (HIP)
0.3
vs
1
Spread increases 70% less on Model 10-A Slug when shooting (HIP)
Much faster single bullet reload
-1 s
vs
0.53 s
Model 10-A Slug loads single bullets 289% faster
Much faster reload start
0.7 s
vs
1.31 s
Model 10-A Slug has 47% faster reload start
Much faster reload end
0.17 s
vs
1 s
Model 10-A Slug has 83% faster reload end
First bullet reloads much faster
-1 s
vs
0.863 s
Model 10-A Slug has 216% faster first single-bullet reload
Much faster strip clip reload
0.5 s
vs
1.567 s
Model 10-A Slug has 68% faster strip clip reload
Much quicker to fire after switching weapons
0.65 s
vs
0.9 s
Model 10-A Slug has 28% faster firing after weapon switch
Equal stats on Russian 1895 Infantry + None + None and Model_10-A_Slug + None + None
Equal bullet drop
12 m/s²
vs
12 m/s²
Both guns have same bullet drop
Same amount of recoil to left
1
vs
1
Both kick to left as much as the other
Same amount of recoil to right
1
vs
1
Both kick to right as much as the other
Same Recoil decrease
4.5
vs
4.5
Both guns recover from recoil as fast as the other
Same first shot recoil multiplier
1 x
vs
1 x
Both guns have same first shot recoil multiplier
Same first shot spread multiplier (HIP)
1
vs
1
Both guns have same first shot spread multiplier (HIP)
Same first shot spread multiplier (ADS)
1
vs
1
Both guns have same first shot spread multiplier (ADS)
Same number of pellets
1
vs
1
Both guns fire equal amount of pellets
Same pellet cone spread
0
vs
0
Both guns have same pellet spread
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