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Battlefield 4 Weapon comparison: RPK-12 vs LSAT
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1.4
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Weapon 1

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Weapon
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RPK-12
+ None + None
vs
LSAT
+ None + None
Advantages of RPK-12 + None + None
Much faster tactical reload (Bullets left)
2.4 s
vs
5.9 s
RPK-12 reloads 59% faster when there is a bullet in the chamber
Much faster empty reload
3.3 s
vs
5.9 s
RPK-12 reloads 44% faster when there's no bullet in the chamber
Slightly less upwards recoil
0.27
vs
0.28
RPK-12 has 4% less upwards kick
Slightly less recoil to right
0.08
vs
0.125
RPK-12 has 36% less kick to right
Faster Recoil decrease
18
vs
15
RPK-12 recovers 20% faster from recoil
Slightly less spread (ADS, not moving)
0.2
vs
0.25
RPK-12 has 20% lower ADS base spread (Not moving)
Slightly less spread increase per shot
0.078
vs
0.084
Spread increases 7% less on RPK-12 when shooting
Significantly less spread (HIP, Stand, Not moving)
3.5
vs
4.5
RPK-12 has 22% lower HIP base spread (Standing, Not moving)
Significantly less spread (HIP, Crouching, Not moving)
3
vs
4
RPK-12 has 25% lower HIP base spread (Crouch, Not moving)
Significantly less spread (HIP, Prone, Not moving)
2.5
vs
3.5
RPK-12 has 29% lower HIP base spread (Prone, Not moving)
Significantly less spread (HIP, Stand, Moving)
4.5
vs
5.5
RPK-12 has 18% lower HIP base spread (Standing, Moving)
Significantly less spread (HIP, Crouching, Moving)
4
vs
5
RPK-12 has 20% lower HIP base spread (Crouch, Moving)
Significantly less spread (HIP, Prone, Moving)
3.5
vs
4.5
RPK-12 has 22% lower HIP base spread (Prone, Moving)
Advantages of LSAT + None + None
Slightly higher fire rate
650 rpm
vs
600 rpm
LSAT fires rounds 8% faster
Much larger magazine
100
vs
61
LSAT has 64% bigger magazine
Slightly higher maximum distance
930 m
vs
900 m
LSAT's bullets fly 3% further
Higher muzzle velocity
620 m/s
vs
600 m/s
LSAT's bullets fly 3% faster
Slightly less recoil to left
0.125
vs
0.14
LSAT has 11% less kick to left
A bit lower first shot recoil multiplier
1.25 x
vs
1.35 x
LSAT's First shot recoil multiplier is 7% lower
Equal stats on RPK-12 + None + None and LSAT + None + None
Same maximum damage
24.5
vs
24.5
Both do same damage at close range
Same minimum damage
18
vs
18
Both do same damage at long range
Same drop-off start distance
8 m
vs
8 m
Damage starts to drop at the same distance
Same drop-off end distance
65 m
vs
65 m
Damage drop stops at the same distance
Equal bullet drop
15 m/s²
vs
15 m/s²
Both guns have same bullet drop
Same amount of spread (ADS, moving)
1.5
vs
1.5
Both guns have same amount of ADS spread (Moving)
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