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: Sep 10th 2017

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Sunday, September 10th 2017, 11:16pm


Anyways - I get the following; results presented as (stated rof / optimal tap rate):
- Selbstlader M1916 factory: (224 / 199)
- Selbstlader M1916 optical: (224 / 199)
- Selbstlader M1916 marksman: (224 / 199)

- Mondragon storm: (257 / 200)
- Mondragon optical: (257 / 225)
- Mondragon sniper: (257 / 200)

- Cei Rigotti factory: (299 / 256)
- Cei Rigotti trench: (299 / 224)
- Cei Rigotti optical: (299 / 256)

- Autoloading 8.25 ext.: (359 / 257)
- Autoloading 8.35 factory: (359 / 299)
- Autoloading 8.35 marksman: (359 / 299)

- Selbstlader 1906 factory: (299 / 256)
- Selbstlader 1906 sniper: (299 / 224)

SIPS and SDPS follow a general trend:
- Factory - SIPS: 0.200 and SDPS: 6.00; giving a ratio of SIPS / SDPS of 0.033
- Optical / marksman - SIPS: 0.125 and SDPS: 3.75; giving a ratio of SIPS / SDPS of 0.033 [identifal to factory]
- Sniper / Storm / Trench - SIPS: 0.200 and SDPS: 3.00; giving a ratio of 0.067 [ie slower spread reset than above]

If the formula is correct; then some interesting conclusions:
- Optical is the Mondragon variant that allows for highest tap rate. Storm and Sniper have the same optimal tap rate as the Selbstlader!
- Auto 8.25 has a fairly low relative rate, but guess you don't need to wait for a full reset given the short optimal engagement range

PS: don't go nuts if the above is wrong; all I have done is input numbers into the formula ...
Just because it's still such a wildly popular gun and sometimes enemies are in tap-fire range:

M1907 SL Sweeper: (299 / 224)

So less of a gap (perhaps meaning a gentler skill floor) than the 8 .25 but also, assuming muscle memory is no issue, a considerably slower tapped ROF.