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12x70 Slug (v.0.4)

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Slug Damage Finally in this patch the slugs are fixed. As you can read from the data, a single slug can zero out most body parts on 25 meters. However, a 95 damage chest hit does not instantly kill. It appears that shots that zero out a body part never apply damage after zero but get cut off before going into negative numbers.

This has different results depending on body part.

A hit on a zeroed out chest or head will instantly kill. For all other body parts:

(Damage * 2) which is distributed across the body.

So a leg hit of 85 damage would cause:
85 * 2 = 170
170 / remaining body parts (best case 4) = 42.5
42.5 damage for each remaining body part. 

This means 2 consecutive hits on a blacked out bodypart will kill the target at 10 meters.

However, it is not clear whether a 95 damage shot will actually use 95 in the equation or just the max amount of hitpoint in the body part. It is also not clear if other blacked out limbs get their damage applied to them and whether s…

AKS-74U Muzzle Devices Test

AKS-74U Muzzle Devices
In this article we are going to examine the effects of different muzzle devices on an AKS-74U.
There are 7 different muzzle devices available in EFT currently (v. for the 5.45x39mm caliber. The PBS-4 is excluded from this test as it does not fit onto the AKS-74U, it only fits on the AKS-74UB.
Except for the PBS-4, all other muzzle devices are fit both on the AKS-74U and on the AK-74N.

Full-Auto Test Test Parameters For this test, a magazine (30 rounds) is fired at a door at 30 meters distance. The aimpoint is the center of the door. The shooter is standing, aim is stabilized by pressing shift. There is no mouse movement applied during the firing.

Note: In EFT, stabilizing your aim with the SHIFT key is not a hold, but a toggle.

No muzzle device

This is the standard muzzle brake that comes with the AK74-N. The vertical offset of the pattern after the first shot is as severe as without a muzzle device, however the grouping is tighter.

The sta…