Thats if you tape the trigger down but if you burst fire or use the select fire attachment the time between bursts will be 1/10 of a second while the time between the two shots in the burst will be 1/15sec. --- No one wins in a 1v1
Actually, with the information I have right now, I think he's right.
First shot: instantaneous Second shot: 1/15s after first
third shot: 1/10s after second (you have released and redepressed trigger) fourth shot: 1/15s after third ^that repeats until clip is empty
so you basically have 1/10 and 1/15 (which are 600 and 900 RPM respectively) for most of the bullets. Now, the math to find out the average RPM when you are using burst fire or select fire is: (14*600 + 15*900)/30 = 730RPM the reason we have 29 bullets "counted", is because there is not a 1/10s delay for the first bullet...it would probably be more accurate, since we are calculating the average RPM, to just exclude the entire first burst from the calculation, especially because we are using 29 bullets to calculate the average for 30.
doing that, the math looks like this: (14(600+900))/28 = 750RPM
So, I am afraid tryhard is 100% right and you can take your unnecessary hostility and name calling and shove it where the sun don't shine :) --- I'm looking to do worse to ghosts than to bo2. I have a few ideas, but if you have a request/suggestion please lmk via pm. http://i.imgur.com/1cBQJo1.png
I think this is the wrong topic. Posted here originally cause the ads pushed this topic down to under my thumb when i was jabbing at things on my fone. Bad site design. Additionally, cmo was declining my invitation to a 1337 1v1. --- No one wins in a 1v1