Thread: indoor game fps
View Single Post
Old August 14th, 2012, 00:55   #13
Brian McIlmoyle
Brian McIlmoyle's Avatar
Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: Toronto
350 with .20 is tolerable, with no mercy and 0 distance engagement,

This is the limit we use at TTAC3 .. we still have lots of bleeders and bbs occasionally embedded in skin.

we have had broken fingers and shattered knuckles at this FPS as well

For field games the ranges are generally much longer, and with foliage to get through you need a higher FPS and heavier ammo.

400 fps with ammo heavier than .20 will result in injury.. this tends to reduce people's enjoyment of the game.

you can play indoors with 300fps at .20 just fine.. there is no loss of performance as the engagement range is so close that even hopup in not necessary..

the issue is that most guns come stock shooting at 400 + now so you need to tune them down to play indoors and tune them up to go outdoors..

OR.. you should have an indoor set up and and outdoor set up with different guns.
Brian McIlmoyle
TTAC3 Director
CAPS Range Officer
Toronto Downtown Age Verifier


If the tongue could cut as the sword does, the dead would be infinite
Brian McIlmoyle is offline   Reply With Quote