What does rate of fire mean in Free Fire?

Free Fire provides powerful guns to fight with enemies in the battlefield. There are many gun options available in-game. Apart from this, all the players look for guns on the basis of stats in the game, those whose stats are good are used more.

But, many players do not know the meaning of rate of fire in the game, so there is no need to worry. In this article, we are going to tell what is the meaning of rate of fire in Garena Free Fire.

What does rate of fire mean in Free Fire?

Rate of fire in Free Fire means the speed of bullets fired from the gun. Apart from this, all players use guns with the fastest rate of fire. Like Submachine and SMG. The rate of fire of these two guns is the highest compared to other guns in Free Fire.

The rate of fire of all guns in Garena Free Fire is listed below:

Launcher

RGS50 – Rate of Fire: 27

MGL140Rate of Fire:33

M79 – Rate of Fire: 27

LMG

GATLING – Rate of Fire: 56

M249 – Rate of Fire:59

SMG

CG15 – Rate of Fire: 69

P90 – Rate of Fire: 75

MP40 – Rate of Fire: 83

UMP – Rate of Fire: 75

MP5 – Rate of Fire: 76

VSS – Rate of Fire: 48

THOMPSON – Rate of Fire: 77

 

AR

AN94 – Rate of Fire: 58

XM8 – Rate of Fire: 60

M60 – Rate of Fire:56

SVD – Rate of Fire: 35

FAMAS – Rate of Fire: 67

M4A1 – Rate of Fire:56

AK – Rate of Fire: 55

SKS – Rate of Fire: 35

GROZA – Rate of Fire: 56

M14 – Rate of Fire: 43

SCAR – Rate of Fire: 61

HEATGUN – Rate of Fire: 58

AUG – Rate of Fire: 61

Pistol

TREATMENT GUN – Rate of Fire: 44

M500 – Rate of Fire: 43

M1873 – Rate of Fire: 35

USP – Rate of Fire: 44

G18 – Rate of Fire: 64

DESERT EAGLE – Rate of Fire: 33

HAND-CANNON – Rate of Fire: 27

 

Shotgun

SPAS12 – Rate of Fire: 42

M1014 – Rate of Fire: 38

M1887 – Rate of Fire: 42

Bow

CROSSBOW – Rate of Fire: 48

Sniper

KAR98K – Rate of Fire: 27

AWM – Rate of Fire: 27

M82B – Rate of Fire: 27

(Note: In this article, the rate of fire statistics of all the guns are given on the basis of the official website of Garena Free Fire)

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