Valorant Weapons Guide | Vandal
The Vandal is a completely programmed rifle that sits at 2,900 Credits. It is the partner to the Phantom, and is exceptional for its high DPS at any reach. It is extraordinarily deadly because of its capacity to execute rivals with one shot to the head at all reaches. Like different rifles, one can point down the sights (ADS) to diminish spread at the expense of discharge rate.
The completely programmed Vandal penances higher spread and force for a straight harm range; paying little mind to remove, it will consistently murder in five shots to the legs, four to the body and one shot to the head.
Because of its strong value, the Vandal is generally found in firearm (adjusts where the two groups have cash). The Vandal’s ADS can be utilized to hold down a site by diminishing the force and spread of the weapon, and can be joined with the extraordinary harm the Vandal can yield at range.
- The “AR-762” designation of the Vandal suggests it is chambered in .30 caliber ammunition, such as 7.62x39mm or the larger 7.62x51mm NATO , but most likely a derivative of 7.62×39. Note the significant curvature of the Vandal’s magazine, which matches the proven design in the wide majority of 7.62×39 magazines .
- The Vandal’s design take references from several rifles based on the Kalashnikov platform. The general design is influenced by the Kalashnikov USA AK Alpha, considering the shape of the slanted edges of the magazine well and magazine release, the trigger guard, the charging handle, the handguard, the gas block and the flash hider. The pistol grip, dust cover and stock adapter were inspired by the IWI Galil ACE chambered in 7.62×39, the Stock inspired by the Magpul UBR stock, and the rear sight and front sight merged with the gas block are based on the AKS-74U. The muzzle brake is also highly reminiscent of that seen on a standard AK-74.