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are shotguns missing on TTK/BTK charts? Where can I find TTK/BTK data for shotguns?
I think the TTK for spread weapon shoudln't be a simple line but more like area between lowest and highest TTK possible. Of course if someone has aim bad enough to hit enemy consequently with only one pellet.It would stray so far away from the "real" numbers that it would have no statistical value :c(
I think the TTK for spread weapon shoudln't be a simple line but more like area between lowest and highest TTK possible. Of course if someone has aim bad enough to hit enemy consequently with only one pellet.
And then ttk for ammo types...
And reading Youtube comments still gives me Turbo Cancer.
It really is quite frustrating when Helen Keller sets up her LMG in the only doorway in/out of an area.
What kind of question is that? Since when is cheese ever a bad idea?
Hardline is a fun and sometimes silly Cops and Robbers sorta thing and I think that's great. Or it would be if it didn't suck.
This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "C0llis" (Sep 4th 2013, 9:32pm)
It would be possible to calculate the average amount of pellets hitting a target on any given range. From there it should be possible to calculate average TTK. If I am not mistaken someone on this forum posted calculations related to that, but I cannot remember who or where.
Edit: I figured I should be a bit more helpful and post links to relevant threads if anyone wants to do some calculations:
Spread and pellet cones for shotguns
Thread about how spread works, Assumption #1 has been proven to be the correct one
Useful thread about the probability of hitting a rectangular target of a given size at a given range
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