With exceptional stopping power comes a few drawbacks that make this gun a worthy feature for any loadout, but not a primary option.
With exceptional impact damage, a formidable ammo clip, and a tight pellet spread, the JAK-12 ranks amongst the best in the category of close-quarter combat. However, it also faces most of the same pitfalls that other shotguns face. Using it as a complementary piece to an assault rifle with exceptional range can make it truly dangerous.
- Muzzle – FORCE TAC Marauder
- Barrel – ZLR J-3600 Torrent
- Laser – 5mW Laser
- Ammunition – 20 Round Drum Mags
- Rear Grip – Stippled Grip Tape
The FORCE TAC Marauder is an essential to any variation attempting to maximize the effectiveness of a shotgun like the JAK-12, as it minimizes pellet spread while enhancing damage range and adding blast suppression. The ZLR J-3600 Torrent further aids range while simultaneously improving pellet spread. The 5mW laser is another close-quarter gun staple, as hip-firing can be critical when opponents are inches or feet away. 20 Round Drum Mags, although they are not the largest that can be attached to the JAK-12, are significantly larger than most clips without massively compromising movement. Stippled Grip Tape is always a solid addition for improving both ADS and sprinting agility.
Damage: The JAK-12 is nothing short of incredible when it comes to eliminating targets up close
Recoil: With so much stopping power, control after shots can be problematic
Mobility: Moving with the JAK-12 is easier said than done. It is definitely not a gun to run around with and hope for the best.