Do FMJ rounds increasing the damage of the bullets you are shooting? Or is it just a perk? This is an evergreen question which is posed by CoD: Modern Warfare players.
In this article, we’re gonna debuff FMJ rounds and explain to you what they are, how they work and how they affect your opponent. FMJ round is a tweak every CoD fan must try. It allows you to equip FMJ (Full Metal Jacket) Bullets in your gun.
What are FMJ bullets?
FMJ, or Full Metal Jacket, is a perk that is available in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Officially, FMJ rounds increase bullet penetration and damage against enemy equipment and killstreaks. So, if you have the objective of destroying turrets and other equipment, these should be the ammunition of choice.
How do FMJ bullets work?
FMJ round increase penetration capacity of the bullets. They’re a common feature among many video games. They also allow you to knock down enemies with more damage when you shoot through surfaces. The increased penetration also allows you to knock down and destroy enemy equipment set to trap your team.
What they allow you to do and how they affect the opponent?
This is probably the most important part of knowing what the FMJ bullets. Used correctly, they can make a very tight game on paper look like an absolute massacre.
The reason FMJ bullets are so popular is not only the increased penetration of the round but how it enables a player to take advantage of it. The whole point of using FMJ is that you have an increased chance to shoot through surfaces. You should note that this does not do more damage to your opponent. It simply allows you to shoot through your cover, increasing your chances to damage someone. The damage taken by the bullet is not increased, simply the penetration capacity of the bullet.
Does it really make a difference?
Yes. It absolutely makes a difference. Especially in Warzone with a lot of Jeeps and Helicopters. FMJ will definitely reduce the amount of time and bullets you spend in a team fight significantly. It also helps you knock down enemies faster and through cover which is safer.
It also means taking down enemy equipment is easier as one teammate can focus on the equipment with FMJ while the rest of the team is trying to provide cover fire.