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PUBG ASSAULT RIFLES FULL INFORMATIONS

HERE IS A FULL GUIDE FOR PUBG Assault Rifles

AKM

  • Ammo Type: 7.62
  • Magazine Size: 30 (40 with Extended Mag)
  • Body Shot Damage: 49/34.3/29.4/22.1/22
  • Headshot Damage: 115.2/81/69/51.8
  • Fire Rate/Reload Time: 0.1s/3.22s

The AKM has always been a fearsome weapon at every stage of a match, boasting the joint-highest damage per hit of all the assault rifles. Discounting damage drop-off, 2 headshots or 5 body shots will kill someone clad in Level 3 armour. However, it’s a tricky AR to master, due to its heavy recoil and bullet drop. Best advice is to spend time in PUBG’s training mode getting used to the AKM before laying claim to it each match.

Aug A3

  • Ammo Type: 5.56
  • Magazine Size: 30 (40 with Extended Mag)
  • Body Shot Damage: 43/30.1/25.8/19.4/19
  • Headshot Damage: 101.1/71/61/45.5
  • Fire Rate/Reload Time: 0.086s/3.67s

This air drop-exclusive assault rifle is a real beauty. The Aug packs a punch and handles very easily compared to a weapon such as the AKM. Its only drawback is that it takes a long time to reload compared to some of its contemporaries. All in all, a powerful and forgiving rifle which feels great to use – particularly when equipped with a suppressor.

Beryl M762

  • Ammo Type: 7.62
  • Magazine Size: 30 (40 with Extended Mag)
  • Body Shot Damage: 47/32.9/28.2/21.2/21
  • Headshot Damage: 110.5/77/66/49.7
  • Fire Rate/Reload Time: 0.086s/2.9s

The Beryl is easily forgotten compared to more staple assault rifles, such as the AKM, M416, or SCAR-L. But the Beryl’s DPS beats out all of them, thanks mainly to its excellent combination of base damage and rate of fire. The catch? A horrible amount of recoil, which means in reality you’re more likely to die to any of the previously mentioned ARs than you are to the Beryl. If you’re intent on using this beast, at least attach a foregrip and compensator to allow at least some of your bullets to hit at mid- to long-range.

G36C

  • Ammo Type: 5.56
  • Magazine Size: 30 (40 with Extended Mag)
  • Body Shot Damage: 43/30.1/25.8/19.4/19
  • Headshot Damage: 101.1/71/61/45.5
  • Fire Rate/Reload Time: 0.086s/3.8s

Native to PUBG’s latest map, Vikendi the G36C replaces the SCAR-L on Vikendi, and possesses pretty much all the same stats, except for a nifty fire rate upgrade that puts it on the same level as our friend the M416. However, to counteract this, a whole second has been added to its reload time, so you’ll basically need to end the fight before you need to reload. And that might be more difficult than you think, because the G36C is not as tameable as the SCAR-L or the M416, with a recoil that many players agree is difficult to get to grips with.

Groza

  • Ammo Type: 7.62
  • Magazine Size: 30 (40 with Extended Mag)
  • Body Shot Damage: 49/34.3/29.4/22.1/22
  • Headshot Damage: 115.2/81/69/51.8
  • Fire Rate/Reload Time: 0.08s/3s

Ahh, the Groza. If you just heard a terrifying droning sound in the distance and you’re not sure what it was, it was probably a Groza. This air drop-exclusive shredder hits with the power of an AKM, but its rate of fire is top of the line, even beating out half the SMGs listed above. It takes some getting used to, and it’s best not used as a long-range weapon, but if you’re lucky enough to come across a Groza, there aren’t many reasons I can think of not to take it.

M416

  • Ammo Type: 5.56
  • Magazine Size: 30 (40 with Extended Mag)
  • Body Shot Damage: 43/30.1/25.8/19.4/19
  • Headshot Damage: 101.1/71/61/45.5
  • Fire Rate/Reload Time: 0.086s/2.73s

Arguably the quintessential assault rifle, The M416 has decent overall stats which can be boosted to excellence with a full array of attachments, though of course don’t expect that to happen in every game. When compared to the AKM, the M416 deals less damage but fires faster and handles better. But forget that. The real reason to love the M416 is that it has the lowest reload time of any assault rifle in PUBG. We all know that reloading during a firefight is tantamount to pressing the “kill me now” key on your keyboard, whether you’re behind cover or not. So I find it’s best to limit this as much as possible.

M16A4

  • Ammo Type: 5.56
  • Magazine Size: 30 (40 with Extended Mag)
  • Body Shot Damage: 43/30.1/25.8/19.4/19
  • Headshot Damage: 101.1/71/61/45.5
  • Fire Rate/Reload Time: 0.1s/2.86s

The M16A4 is a very counterintuitive weapon in its current state. On paper it is near-identical to the M416, with the main difference that the M16A4 is a burst- or single-shot-only weapon. But here’s the thing: never use the burst mode. You can spam-click in single-shot mode and reach the same rate of fire as the burst mode, without having to wait for the cooldown after every third shot. So basically it’s an M416 with fewer attachments slots, and you have to give yourself an RSI in order to use it properly. I’m not a fan, but there’s no denying in skilled hands the M16A4 is a powerful close- to mid-range rifle.

MK47 Mutant

  • Ammo Type: 7.62
  • Magazine Size: 20 (30 with Extended Mag)
  • Body Shot Damage: 49/34.3/29.4/22.1/22
  • Headshot Damage: 115.2/81/69/51.8
  • Fire Rate/Reload Time: 0.1s/3.37s

The Mutant is an interesting addition to PUBG’s AR roster, matching the AKM in damage output but firing only in two-shot bursts. This immediately turns many players off the Mutant, but the two-shot burst makes it much easier to control than the M16A4, and ideal for tapping enemies at mid- to long-range. Attach a vertical foregrip and compensator to this thing and it’ll shine like you never would have expected. This is a burst AR for people who, like me, don’t like burst ARs.

QBZ95

  • Ammo Type: 5.56
  • Magazine Size: 30 (40 with Extended Mag)
  • Body Shot Damage: 43/30.1/25.8/19.4/19
  • Headshot Damage: 101.1/71/61/45.5
  • Fire Rate/Reload Time: 0.092s/3.66s

The QBZ95 is exclusive to Sanhok, and replaces the SCAR-L there. I won’t spend much time talking about this weapon, because it is almost perfectly identical to the SCAR-L, the only substantial differences being that the QBZ95 has a very slightly higher rate of fire and a significantly longer reload time.

SCAR-L

  • Ammo Type: 5.56
  • Magazine Size: 30 (40 with Extended Mag)
  • Body Shot Damage: 43/30.1/25.8/19.4/19
  • Headshot Damage: 101.1/71/61/45.5
  • Fire Rate/Reload Time: 0.096s/2.86s

The poor man’s M416 is still a pretty decent assault rifle. The SCAR-L is often maligned for being just slightly worse than the M416 in pretty much every single way (minus the base damage, which is identical), but this aside, it’s a solid, controllable gun which can easily become a game-ender once upgraded with attachments such as a 4x scope, compensator, foregrip, and maybe an extended quickdraw mag. Don’t worry, SCAR-L; we still love you.

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