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Escape From Tarkov Ammo Damage Table – Updated With 12.2

Escape From Tarkov is fun, but also a quite severe game to play, and requires a sturdy piece of knowledge. Knowing the ammo damage output, it’s a severe thing, instead of using any ammo for your current loadout. Sometimes it is crucial to choose the right ammo for the right occasion. Therefore, we thought it’s a smart thing to list and update the ammo damage table, as found on Nikita’s approved spreadsheet.

The game is taking a big swing on the market, and as the developers noted in their Roadmap, it is most likely to receive new content and embrace the realism within. Thanks to patch 12.2, Escape From Tarkov not only received new ammo (which inherit new values on the table below), received a couple of new weapons and most importantly, new cosmetics and a quest.

Battlestate Games is doing a great job of retaining both fun and vitality in Escape From Tarkov. Their content so far has been entirely on point, including the couple performance tweaks, which made the game a lot more approaching to newcomers.

Without further ado, let’s jump to the official Damage Table, which can be found below. Below you can find all the ammo damage updated prior, Updated with 12.2.

UPDATE: We are aware of the upcoming changes, and we’re working on two reflect each one of them in the table below. We have updated the values and added two new columns, Accuracy %, and Recoil %. This should provide better information on each caliber and its ballistics. If it breaks the width, use the arrows on your keyboard to navigate easier without scrolling down to the horizontal scroll bar.

Ammo Type Damage Penetration Value Projectile Speed Armor Damage Ratio % Accuracy % Recoil %
12.7×108 mm B-32 182 88 818 88 0 0
12.7×108 mm BZT-44M 199 80 818 95 0 0
12.7×55 mm PS12 115 28 285 60 10 0
12.7×55 mm PS12A 165 10 290 22 -15 7
12.7×55 mm PS12B 102 46 300 57 0 15
12×70 7mm Buckshot 32 3 415 26 0 0
12/70 5.25mm Buckshot 34 1 330 15 0 0
12×70 6.5 mm “Express” Buckshot
29 3 430 26 15 0
12/70 8.5 mm “Magnum” Buckshot
44 2 385 26 -15 115
12/70 Dual Sabot Slug 75 17 415 65 100 15
12/70 Flechette 19 28 320 26 -25 0
12×70 RIP 235 0 410 11 80 35
12×70 Led slug 147 15 370 45 100 0
12×70 shell with .50 BMG bullet 177 23 410 57 90 25
12/70 AP-20 Slug 164 32 510 65 125 50
12/70 FTX Custom LIte Slug 153 18 480 50 115 0
12/70 Grizzly 40 Slug 170 12 390 48 80 20
12/70 HP Slug Copper Sabot Premier
160 13 442 46 150 10
12/70 “Poleva-3” Slug 130 17 410 40 90 -15
12/70 “Poleva-6u” Slug 140 20 430 50 95 -10
12/70 HP Slug “SuperFormance” 190 2 594 12 140 -15
20×70 7.5mm Buckshot 24 3 430 14 0 0
20/70 5.6mm Buckshot 25 1 340 12 -10 10
20/70 6.2mm Buckshot 21 2 410 13 0 0
20/70 7.3mm Buckshot 22 3 475 13 0 15
20/70 Devastator Slug 188 4 405 13 115 30
20/70 Slug “Poleva-3” 110 14 425 35 90 -15
20/70 Slug Poleva-6u 120 17 445 40 95 -10
20/70 Star Slug 134 16 415 42 100 0
30×29 mm VOG-30 199 1 185 95 0 0
.366 TKM EKO 65 28 770 38 -10 -15
.366 TKM FMJ 73 20 580 36 0 10
.366 TKM Geksa 80 14 550 38 0 0
4.6x30mm Action SX 65 13 690 39 0 0
4.6x30mm AP SX 35 47 680 46 0 10
4.6x30mm FMJ SX 43 30 620 41 0 0
4.6x30mm Subsonic SX 41 34 290 46 0 -20
5.45×39 mm 7N39 “Igolnik” 37 62 905 60 0 15
5.45×39 mm BP 48 32 890 41 0 0
5.45×39 mm BS 40 51 830 57 -3 10
5.45×39 mm BT 44 37 880 49 0 5
5.45×39 mm FMJ 54 20 884 30 0 0
5.45×39 mm HP 74 11 884 20 0 5
5.45×39 mm PP 46 30 890 32 0 0
5.45×39 mm PRS 60 14 890 28 -5 0
5.45×39 mm PS 50 25 890 35 0 0
5.45×39 mm SP 68 11 873 34 10 -15
5.45×39 mm T 57 20 883 38 0 0
5.45×39 mm US 65 15 303 34 0 -25
5.56×45 mm 55 FMJ 52 24 957 33 10 -5
5.56×45 mm 55 HP 72 9 947 22 0 0
5.56×45 mm M855 49 26 922 37 0 -20
5.56×45 mm M855A1 44 40 945 52 -7 0
5.56×45 mm M856 55 23 874 54 0 0
5.56×45 mm M856A1 51 37 940 52 0 4
5.56×45 mm M995 41 53 1013 58 0 8
5.56×45 mm Mk 255 Mod 0 60 17 936 32 0 0
5.56×45 mm Warmage 85 3 910 14 10 10
5.7×28 mm L191 58 33 716 41 0 0
5.7×28 mm R37.F 98 8 729 7 0 0
5.7×28 mm R37.X 81 11 724 14 0 0
5.7×28 mm SB193 54 35 305 37 0 -20
5.7×28 mm SS190 57 32 716 43 0 0
5.7×28 mm SS197SR 62 20 594 22 0 0
5.7×28 mm SS198LF 74 10 792 15 0 0
7.62x25mm TT AKBS 58 9 425 32 0 0
7.62x25mm TT FMJ43 60 8 427 29 0 0
7.62x25mm TT LRN 64 6 375 28 0 0
7.62x25mm TT LRNPC 66 5 385 27 0 0
7.62x25mm TT P gl 58 10 430 32 0 0
7.62x25mm TT Pst gzh 50 24 430 36 0 0
7.62x25mm TT PT gzh 60 12 415 34 0 0
7.62×39 mm BP 58 47 730 63 -3 5
7.62×39 mm HP 83 15 754 35 -5 0
7.62×39 mm PS 54 34 700 52 0 0
7.62×39 mm T45M 62 31 720 46 -2 -5
7.62×39 mm US 56 29 300 42 5 -30
7.62×51 mm BPZ FMJ 88 31 840 33 0 -3
7.62×51 mm M61 70 68 849 83 3 10
7.62×51 mm M62 79 54 816 75 0 5
7.62×51 mm M80 80 41 833 66 0 0
7.62×51 mm TPZ SP 60 36 808 40 -5 0
7.62×51 mm Ultra Nosler 102 15 822 20 5 -5
7.62x54R 7BT1 78 59 820 87 0 0
7.62x54R 7N37 72 70 785 88 0 0
7.62x54R T-46M 82 41 800 83 5 0
7.62x54R 7N1 Sniper cartridge 86 45 875 84 10 8
7.62x54R LPS Gzh 81 42 865 78 0 0
7.62x54R SNB 75 62 875 87 0 10
9×18 mm PM 9 BZT gzh 55 16 325 28 0 0
9×18 mm PM 9 P gzh 50 5 302 16 0 0
9×18 mm PM PBM 44 22 519 30 0 4
9×18 mm PM PMM 56 25 420 33 0 5
9×18 mm PM PPe gzh 61 7 297 15 0 0
9×18 mm PM PPT gzh 59 8 301 22 0 0
9×18 mm PM PRS gs 58 6 302 16 0 0
9×18 mm PM PS gs PPO 55 6 330 16 0 0
9×18 mm PM PSO gzh 54 5 315 13 0 0
9×18 mm PM Pst gzh 50 12 298 26 0 0
9×18 mm PM PSV 69 3 280 5 0 0
9×18 PM mm RG028 gzh 65 13 330 26 0 0
9×18 mm PM SP7 gzh 77 2 420 5 0 0
9×18 mm PM SP8 gzh 67 1 250 2 0 0
9×19 mm AP 6.3 52 25 392 48 0 0
9×19 mm Green Tracer 58 14 365 33 0 0
9×19 mm Luger CCI 70 10 420 38 0 0
9×19 mm PSO gzh 56 10 340 32 0 0
9×19 mm Pst gzh 54 18 457 33 0 0
9×19 mm RIP 102 2 381 11 0 20
9×21 mm SP10 49 32 410 46 0 0
9×21 mm SP11 70 16 413 44 0 0
9×21 mm SP12 75 14 415 63 0 0
9×21 mm SP13 62 36 397 47 0 0
9×39 mm 7N12 BP 60 50 295 68 15 5
9×39 mm SP-5 68 35 290 52 0 0
9×39 mm SP-6 58 43 305 60 0 7
9×39 mm 7N9 SPP 67 45 310 56 10 5

This list has been compiled first in a google doc spreadsheet which has been approved by Nikita himself, the CEO of BSG. If that is not updated, you can always check the Wiki One!

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Angel started playing video games a long time ago. He started playing competitively since the Counter-Strike 1.3 era. Apart from that, the desire to own a website has always been there. Now, when the mission is slowly accomplishing, he's striving for success and nothing else. Besides that, he quit his full-time job to work on futuregamereleases.com. Being a father of two beautiful babies puts babysitting, gaming, and making poetry out of it a definite challenge. P.S. I play games the way they are meant to be played and consider myself for an Escape From Tarkov addict.

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