Weird ways the game uses Calibers – Loadout – Loadout

While Call of Duty 4’s iconic Barrett rifle and loud, flashy Desert Eagle are both in caliber 50, when it comes to how to shoot them in our games, they’re very different. With the help of Guns & Artillery Curator, Jonathan Ferguson, we went to the Royal Arms museum in the UK to find out what caliber means and what it tells us about virtual guns that we’re bringing into the multiplayer arena.




In this episode of Loadout, Dave Jewitt visits the Royal Armory to speak with Gunkeeper and Artillery Jonathan Ferguson to chat about how the games tackle the theme of caliber – big, small, and weird.

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You can check out our Weapons Expert Response series here. –

If you want to see more of Jonathan’s work, you can check out more from Royal Armories right here. –

If you want to support the Royal Armories, you can make a charity donation to the museum here. –

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