Fully automatic firearms (machineguns) truly have a rate of fire, as they continue to fire as long as the trigger is held down. Semi-auto, pump, bolt and lever firearms fire one shot, and will either reload, or are reloaded by the shooter manipulating the gun's action. A single shot firearm must be loaded by hand, and would be the slowest of conventional firearms. The absolute slowest rate of fire would be a flintlock rifle, which has a rate of fire by a skilled rifleman of about 2 shots per minute.
The "Potato Digger" was not the slowest rate of fire weapon. The French Chauchat machine gun fired 240 rounds per minute
The slowest shooting machine gun ever made would have to be the Colt 1895 best known as the Potato Digger. It had a rate of fire of only 400 rounds per minute.
The rate of fire may be anywhere from 200 to 6,000 shots per minute, depending on the gun. There is no one rate of fire for all machine guns.
Moldova has the slowest rate of urbanization.
depends on what kind it is
YES. It is accurate and has a great fire rate.
Yes, in general a suppressor can increase rate of fire by 50-100 rounds/ minute.
rate of absorption from fastest to slowest
Usually the voltage level of your gun's battery defines the rate of fire. There is also different motors in airsoft guns.