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Thursday, March 9th 2017, 12:45am

Is this still the same ?

For the Shoot-and-Recover Calculator, anyone can use it to change the criteria. So someone probably used it to figure out the "optimal click rate" (as in, no Spread Increase) of the Auto-8 .35 Marksman, which is indeed 300rpm.

I even see someone's tried out the CTE's 0.2 SIPS value for Factory. That's good! That's what the Calculator is for.

Is it the same recover as below for 40 meters?
3 rounds fired-then-recover: 8mm Mauser (Luger 1906, M1916, Mondragon)
4 rounds fired-then-recover: 6.5mm Carcano (Cei-Rigotti) and .35 Rem (Autoloading-8 .35)
5 rounds fired-then-recover: .351SL Win (M1907) and .25 Rem (Autoloading-8 .25)

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Thursday, March 9th 2017, 1:20am

Is it the same recover as below for 40 meters?
3 rounds fired-then-recover: 8mm Mauser (Luger 1906, M1916, Mondragon)
4 rounds fired-then-recover: 6.5mm Carcano (Cei-Rigotti) and .35 Rem (Autoloading-8 .35)
5 rounds fired-then-recover: .351SL Win (M1907) and .25 Rem (Autoloading-8 .25)

Okay, I changed it to reflect 40m. See here: BF4 Shoot-and-Recover Calculator - Google Sheets

2 rounds fired-then-recover: RSC 1917
3 rounds fired-then-recover: 8mm Mauser (Luger 1906, M1916, Mondragon) and .35 Rem (Autoloading-8 .35)
4 rounds fired-then-recover: 6.5mm Carcano (Cei-Rigotti)
5 rounds fired-then-recover: .351SL Win (M1907) and .25 Rem (Autoloading-8 .25)

That is, until someone changes it again....