Weapon statistics are currently valid only as of 2.6.23.3 from Early Access. The way weapon data is processed has been changed from this build forward, and as such, any statistical changes can only be surmised through testing and guesswork. Accordingly, this data should be treated as valid unless superseded by evidence to the contrary.

Carbines

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Sadly at the moment, the weapon statistics are currently out of date or lack data since update 2.6.23.3 from Early Access. Bluehole/PUBG Corp with recent updates made these statistics unintelligible now by data-mining.
This means data is unobtainable at this moment. Any data found needs to be questioned whether it's real or not. You can blame the hackers for changing the weapon stats.


Carbines are a type of weapon in BATTLEGROUNDS.

Carbines

Note: Since Bluehole doesn't release the official weapon values of guns, no website has 100% accurate statistics for weapons. Each website relies on hundreds of spreadsheets and each website has different numbers. Most websites recorded their data via private matches and some don't include the feet/range. No one knows if the tests were consistent when recording the data. In short, no one has the exact numbers, but this data is close to the real values.

Image Name DMG SPD PWR zRNG MAG TBS Mode AMM CAP ATTCH BDMG 0 BDMG 1 BDMG 2 BDMG 3 HDMG 0 HDMG 1 HDMG 2 HDMG 3
Icon weapon HK416.png M416 44 880 3,500 100 - 400 30 0.0857s Single, Auto 5.56mm 500 5 44 30.80 26.40 19.80 101.10 70.80 60.70 45.50
Icon weapon Mini14.png Mini 14 45 990 10,000 100 - 200 20 0.13333s Semi-auto 5.56mm 500 3 45 31.40 27 20.20 103.40 72.40 62 46.50
Icon weapon SKS.png SKS 55 800 20,000 100 - 800 10 0.090s Semi-auto 7.62 500 5 55 38.50 33 24.75 137.50 96.25 82.50 61.88
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Summary

Carbines are weapons between the Assault Rifles, Sniper Rifles and DMRs categories. Carbines are smaller and lighter which makes them easier to handle, they are typically issued to special-operations soldiers and paratroopers. The more commonly known Carbines are the AKS-74U, HK G36C, M1 carbine, M4 carbine, SKS, Mini 14 and SG 552.

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