Hi everyone, here is Rogue-9! I recently received a tip on Twitter telling me Blackbeard’s gun There will be significantly different recoil when the rifle shield is installed, so we need only do one thing That’s what we need to do to test out what’s going on! The test is very simple. I chose a nice box to stand on the rainbow amusement park. This way I can have a fixed distance from the wall where I shoot (about 9 meters away) And use Blackbeard’s two guns to fire a few shuttle bullets with and without a shield. And use Blackbeard’s two guns to fire a few shuttle bullets with and without a shield. I set both guns to their initial recoil, so they have no accessories except the ACOG lens. For the single-shot shooting test, I set a mouse macro to shoot 7 times in rapid succession As you can see, the test results for SR-25 are very simple. The recoil with a rifle shield is worse in every way.
Your gun’s muzzle is more severe and has a greater horizontal and vertical spread. So fast shooting will be a bit challenging, but that is to say Even if you don’t control the recoil, there are no accessories to reduce the recoil. If you aim the enemy’s center at a reasonable combat distance, your first three to four rounds will still hit the target. If you aim the enemy’s center at a reasonable combat distance, your first three to four rounds will still hit the target. The negative effects of the rifle shield became more pronounced when fittings to reduce recoil were installed It seems that recoil has more than doubled, but even so, the actual impact on the game should be minimal.
It seems that recoil has more than doubled, but even so, the actual impact on the game should be minimal. The recoil of the gun went from almost zero to still easy to control. Now to MK17, you think the effect is exactly the same, right? But you are wrong! I first tested the recoil of the gun in fully automatic mode. As you can see, when you install a rifle shield, the muzzle jumps up.
It ’s more intense, but horizontal diffusion does n’t look so obvious, and There is no vertical diffusion at all. To me, the recoil mode after installing the gun shield is a bit weird, which makes me believe it may not be Unintentional habits. I mean, obviously this cannot be achieved by intentional setting, especially because the effect on the SR-25 is so different. If you switch the Mk17 to single-shot shooting mode, you will get similar results. With each shot, the muzzle jump will be more serious, and the horizontal spread will be smaller. And there is no vertical diffusion. What does this mean for killing with MK17? I would say that it would not make the kill too difficult. Extra muzzle jumps (even without any accessories that reduce recoil) are minimal These strange, perfectly aligned recoil forces are distributed with zero vertical dispersion Not an advantage or disadvantage. Once you install the vertical grip and muzzle brake, the recoil force with and without the shield will decrease The result is basically the same: a slightly more serious muzzle jump Slightly reduced horizontal and zero vertical diffusion.
Therefore, for me, the most important thing to use the SR-25 is to realize that the recoil of your gun will be Harder to control, although easier to control than Mk17 (especially (When you have a vertical grip and a muzzle brake) For the MK17, the recoil when the gun shield is installed will become weird, but the difficulty in controlling it will be the same. For the MK17, the recoil when the gun shield is installed will become weird, but the difficulty in controlling it will be the same. What is your opinion on the recoil of the MK17 with the gun shield? Is it intentional or a bug? Please leave a comment below, that’s it, it’s time to say a short and sweet goodbye! That’s it, thank you for watching! I hope you enjoyed this video! See you next time!