Red Army Bolts

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Warnipple

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Oct 28, 2010
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Hey Im sure everyone has noticed that there are 3 Red Army Bolts to choose from but how are they different from each other?

I know the first one is the most accurate one where you have to add a bayonet.

The second one is a carbine version of that with reduced accuracy.

The third one is a bolt that comes with a permenent bayonet.


So anyway which one is best and how are they different from each other? Other than the bayonet.
 

Nicholas

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Sep 16, 2010
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Mosin Nagant 1891: Standard rifle that can attach bayonet.

Mosin NAgant M38 carbine: Shorter verison, with slightly reduced accuracy an more recoil but slightly faster movement and bolts faster.

Mosin Nagant M44 carbine: Late war version of M38 with permanent bayonet.

Mosin Nagant Sniper: More accurate version of the 1891, hand selected and fitted with scopes, their bolts are bent down for use with scope.
 

Jack23

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Mar 22, 2011
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The carbines are GREAT. They are inherently less accurate with the aimed shot, but a hell of a lot easier to point and shoot from the hip at close range WITHOUT MISSING than the m91/30. Just compare the two in practice mode trust me.
 

slavek

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May 4, 2006
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UnrealEd: Viewport #1
The M44 is, from what I can tell, the best bolt action of the 3. It has the advantages of both M38 and 91/30(Unscoped). Ingame, you will probably not notice any of these unless you are shooting long distance on Tula Outskirts or Berezina.

Personally I always choose M44 when possible just so I don't have to equip bayonet when I spawn, saves a little time on first spawn.

M44

FreeAimRotationSpeed=7.0
Spread = 50
maxVerticalRecoilAngle=1500
maxHorizontalRecoilAngle=600
FireRate=2.4

9130

FreeAimRotationSpeed=6.0
Spread = 50
maxVerticalRecoilAngle=1500
maxHorizontalRecoilAngle=600
FireRate=2.4

M38

FreeAimRotationSpeed=7.0
Spread = 60
maxVerticalRecoilAngle=1550
maxHorizontalRecoilAngle=650

FireRate=2.4

M9130 Scoped

FreeAimRotationSpeed=6.0
Spread = 30
maxVerticalRecoilAngle=1500
maxHorizontalRecoilAngle=600
FireRate=2.4