Originally Posted by NuNu@BR
Jack would you care to explain that? Not really understanding how any hopper wouldn't keep up with these low rofs
The longer you make the cycle of the gun (the slower the bolt moves back and forth) the less time the bolt is open to load a ball.
10bps = 100 milliseconds per shot, total cycle time.
Let's say (for simplicity) that you set the gun to take 33ms to travel forward and 33ms to travel backwards, then that leaves 34ms to load a ball. A Rotor may take 40ms to load a ball where a Prophacy might take just 30ms to load a ball.
So with those gun settings (33ms forward, 33ms backwards) the Prophacy will hit 10bps (it's total on-gun cycle time will be 96ms) but the Rotor will not, because it's toatal cycle time (forwards + backwards + load) equals 106ms wich gives you less than 10bps.
The point is, if you critically time the cycle speed of the gun to hit a certain mechanical BPS with YOUR loader, those same setting smight not work for someone else with a different loader.