Railgun is a truly versatile gun. It is perfect for both campers who prefer to kill enemies from cover at great distances and active players who move a lot over the battlefield. This is truly a legendary gun in Tanki Online, from its original name of Fear Machine to what it is today. All clan wars are still fought using primarily Railguns. The only situation when Railgun is not the best choice is when you try to steal the enemy team’s flag in CTF mode. It is worth remembering that this turret needs 1.1 second from the moment you press the space bar to shoot.
Description in Garage
A gun for professionals. Performs well at any range. Takes a long time to reload and needs to warm up before firing, but packs a hefty punch. A good pairing for any hull, but light tanks run the risk of flipping over from the recoil! A favorite amongst clan players.
Table of characteristics
Min damage — minimum damage dealt to an enemy tank per one shot of the turret.
Max damage — maximum damage dealt to an enemy tank per one shot of the turret.
Delay (msec) — period of time it takes for the turret to shoot after you press Space.
Reloading (msec) — pause between shots (including the delay)
Penetrating power (%) — % of initial damage dealt to a next tank on the line of fire. If there are several tanks standing one behind another, each next tank will be receiving a decreased damage equal to the percent of damage dealt to the previous tank.
Rotation speed (deg/sec) — maximum speed the turret can turn at.
Rotation acceleration (deg/sec²) — acceleration of the turret getting to its maximum rotation speed.
Auto-aim upwards (deg) — angle of auto-aim if a target is above the turret's horizontal plane.
Auto-aim downwards (deg) — angle of auto-aim if a target is below the turret's horizontal plane.
Impact force — physical impact of a turret's projectile on enemy tanks when hitting them.
Recoil — physical impact of the turret on itself when shooting.
|Price of Modification|
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|Acceleration of Rotation|
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|Upward angle of firing (degrees)|
|Downward angle of firing (degrees)|