PUBG Weapon Stats – The Ultimate Guide

If you're looking for the latest PUBG weapon stats, we've got you covered. Take a delve into our in-depth weapon guide below. Keep in mind that whilst all of the basic data is provided on this page, you will need to visit our weapon guides section to learn more about the pros and cons of each weapon.

Before we begin, let's first go over the different stats we have measured the weapons by. Because the data in PUBG is always changing, it's often hard to get accurate stats on some details about each weapon in the game.

As a result, we've hand picked the stats that can help you to determine how useful a weapon can be in different situations.

If you'd rather look at the stats without reading this information click the arrow below.

Damage

This stat simply explains how much damage each bullet will do to another player. This can be affected by the area you shoot a player, and the armor a player is wearing. For example, shooting a player in the arm will do less damage than the chest. Shooting a player with level 3 armor will do less damage than a player with level 1 armor. The damage of a weapon is also modified by the bullet velocity and distance between you and a player. More on that later.

Damage/Second

This stat is useful for determining how much damage you can do to a player if you hit every shot. It's a good stat for gauging how useful a weapon can be in close quarters where missed shots are less likely to happen.

Zeroing

Whilst damage may drop off at a certain range, the zeroing tool, (which can be used with page-up and page-down), can be used for further distances. This can often be used to help you determine how far a gun can fire and still remain relatively accurate, even if the damage does drop off.

Bullets/Second

This is once again a good stat to know about when coming into contact with a player up close. Usually, the damage/second stat can be used instead, however.

Bullet Velocity

Out of all of the PUBG weapon stats in this guide, this one is the most important. It's important for a number of reasons and we use it to replace some details that are hard to track. This includes bullet drop-off range, bullet spread, bullet travel time, and more. Details about what this stat includes and how we grade it are provided below.

  • Firstly, the higher the bullet velocity, the less you'll need to lead your shots.
  • Secondly, the higher the bullet velocity, the less spread a weapon will typically have.
  • Thirdly, the higher the bullet velocity, the less bullet drop you have to account for.
  • Finally, the higher the bullet velocity, the further distance your weapon can fire before damage drop-off.

To keep things as simple as possible, we've created a bullet velocity score that can grade weapons on all of the stats above at once. This allows players to get a quick glance at how effective a weapon can be at range. It uses the AWM as a control score. Our score used to rate weapons can go from 0% to 150%. Currently, the best score is 101%, which is used on the AUGA3.

Aimpunch Hit Impact

We've created another score to determine how effective a weapon can be at causing your camera to jitter when getting shot it. In Counter Strike, this is called aimpunch, so we've called our system the Aimpunch hit impact score. Once again, this is rated out of 150%. Currently, the best score is the AWM with 80%.

Fire Modes

This tells you what fire modes a weapon uses.

Ammo Type

Use this to quickly know what ammo type a weapon uses.

Base Ammo Capacity


Use this to determine how many rounds a weapon can hold per reload.

PUBG Weapon Stats Guide Summary

Feel free to browse through our comprehensive database. Click on each of the pictures below to be taken to each of the corresponding categories.

Thanks for taking the time to look through my PUBG weapon stats guide. I'll constantly update this with new changes as balancing updates are released. I'd like to give thanks for a few websites and sources that have helped me to collect information.

For those that would like to find their own stats, you can use my methods. I used a number of test methods to find out the stats for the DP-28, Win94, and R45. Here are some examples:

  • To test bullet velocity: Shoot bullets against a vehicle tyre and compare the time it takes to hit the tyre to a weapon we know the values for. Footage was slowed 10x to be able to see the time of impact on the vehicle tyre.
  • To test damage per second and bullet per second: Run three tests and track the milliseconds it takes to empty an entire magazine. Divide the milliseconds by the magazine size to find the bullet per second stat and by the damage of the weapon to find the damage per second.

Finally, I'd like to thank the following sources:

PUBG.me for weapon stats

u/Greenutz for updated weapon stats

Pubg.gamepedia for more stats and weapon images

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