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The HB14 Story

The Honey Badger Story [Infographic]

hb14 weapon spec - easy modeThis is the third in a series of infographics that showcase the Battlefield Sports’ gaming guns. Today we focus on the Honey Badger, also known as the HB14.

Infographics are a simple way to depict complex information.

The Battlefield Sports SATR 2 system offers a lot of options.

This infographic series shows the HB14 in its three modes:

  • easy
  • standard, and
  • hard mode.

The graphic highlights important components of the weapon emulation.

This infographic tells the story of the Honey Badger's gaming gun features.

The HB14 is a really flexible gaming gun model. When ordering a HB14 the crew can manufacture them configured as a base model SMG. You can add mods to this gaming guns suchas a fore hand-grip or a sling. 

As an aftermarket option you can also add a stock. This converts the SMG into a rifle.

The Honey Badger has been manufacutured by Battlefield Sports since 2014.

It is designed to function as typical Battlefield Sports Laser Tag Gun.

It has cool SFX and light effects.

Honey Badger in Easy Mode

The HB14 has both fully automatic and semi-auto options.

The gamer can toggle between these by pressing the black button (right hand side) near the trigger once.

In easy mode the gamer can be shot only once per every 2 seconds.

So if a gamer starts out with 5 hit points (5HP) which is a common setting then they are guaranteed to survive for 10 seconds.

The first row of the infographic shows that HB14 software settings has 30 bullets in each magazine.
 
HB14 infographic - standard weapon specAnd it has 6 spare magazines.

When in easy mode there is no recoil simulation.

In easy mode the gaming gun automatically reloads for the gamer.

The HB14 has a fire rate of 400RPM (400 rounds per minute).

HB14 SMG in Standard Mode

Just like in easy mode the Morita in standard mode has both fully automatic and semi-auto options.

The gamer can toggle between full-auto and semi-auto.

In standard mode the gamer can be shot only once per second.

So if a gamer starts out with 5 hit points (5HP) then they are guaranteed to survive for 5 seconds.

The first row of the infographic shows that HB14 software settings has 30 bullets in each magazine.

And it has 6 spare magazines.

When in standard mode the recoil simulation is two seconds.

This means every time a gamer shoots their red-dot (the optical illusion inside the red-dot scope) disappears for two seconds. This is the recoil simulation but on boot a Battlefield Operator can override this setting.

In standard mode the gamer needs to manually reload.

When the gamer presses the red button (left hand side) near the trigger, it takes 5 seconds to reload.

The Honey Badger has a fire rate of 400RPM (400 rounds per minute).

HB14 in Hard Mode

hb14 - infographic - weapons spec In hard the Honey Badger has both fully automatic and semi-auto options.

The gamer can toggle between with the press of the black (mode) button.

In hard mode the gamer can be shot once per half a second.

This makes it really hard!

Take cover immediately or you will be out of the game (or at least looking for a re-spawn).

Like in the other modes the infographic shows that Honey Badger has 30 bullets in each magazine.

And it has 6 spare magazines.

When in hard mode the recoil simulation is two seconds.

This means every time a gamer shoots their red-dot (the optical illusion inside the red-dot scope) disappears for 2 seconds.

In hard mode the gamer needs to manually reload.

When the gamer presses the red (reload) button it takes 5 seconds to reload.

The HB14 has a fire rate of 400RPM (400 rounds per minute).