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Featured Emulation Honey Badger

Featured Weapon - The Honey Badger

honey badger by badpanda2The gaming engine SATR emulates 69 different weapons. These weapon emulations are categorized into four (4) classes:

  • hand guns
  • sub machine guns
  • rifles
  • machine guns

Today we feature a modern Rifle, the famous Honey Badger.

The Honey Badger Rifle

The Honey Badger rifle was made famous by the video game Call of Duty.

The Honey Badger is known by the abbreviation "HB14" because this new gaming gun model was launched in 2014. 

This weapon emulation is perfect for those battlefield operators who have the SATR software version 2.2f and have included some of the Honey Badger gaming guns in their arsenal.

The Honey Badger rifle with a magazine capacity of 30. It has both burst fire and semi-auto fire modes. The rifle has a rate of fire of 330 rounds per minute.

Uniquely becuase the Honey Badger has 2 modes it has an emulation that works as long range as well as a short range one.

The HB14 comes with 12 reloads. And just like in the real-world this SATR weapon emulation takes 5 seconds to reload.

Listen to the Honey Badger's features for the emulation, click here.
 

Here are the Gaming Gun Specifications

  • Magazine Capacity: 30
  • Fire Mode: Burst Fire / Semi-Auto
  • Recoil Duration: 3 seconds
  • Rate of Fire: 330
  • Range: Long / Short (Supersonic / Subsonic)
  • Reloads: 12
  • Reload duration: 5 seconds
  • Ammo: .300 AAC Blackout
  • Jam Rate: .2/2
  • Origin: USA

The Honey Badger emulation has replaced the Pulse Rifle.

The Honey Badger supports supersonic fire at long range, with normal muzzle flash and sound effects as well as subsonic mode. Subsonic mode has short range and a less bright muzzle flash plus a quieter sound effect.

The gamer can change mode by holding down the mode button while pushing the reload button. In other words, to toggle between supersonic and subsonic hold down the mode button and push the reload button. Each toggle uses a magazine.

Image attribution: The Bad Panda 2 via Deviant Art