Different settings such as? The Orion has a faster bodyshot ttk within 10m, and the Anchor has a faster headshot ttk within 15m. Both have similar hipfire COF, with the Orion having a better moving hipfire, as well as the infamous 0.75x ads multiplier, making it more evasive ads. Anchor has more controllable recoil, and functions better in bursts at range, due to the faster muzzle velocity, better starting moving COF and lower RPM. Orion has a slightly faster short reload. These different traits make the Anchor a better headshot weapon in CQC while retaining versatility at further ranges, while the Orion is evasive ads at further ranges and has a better bodyshot ttk in CQC. There are tradeoffs, but functionally, they serve the same purpose. It doesn't, of course magazine size helps with engaging multiple targets giving the old Lynx an edge, which IMO is important for CQC. Although Lynx has more damage per magazine than the 845 guns, old Lynx of course had more. The old Lynx would do better against the GD/Serpent than the Jaguar and current Lynx. We'll have to agree to disagree on the superior hipfire. Like bugged C4, you just had to deal with the better hipfire, which made it a viable quality of the old Lynx to consider. It may do the same DPS, but 143@800 has a faster bodyshot ttk, whereas the 125@909 tier has a faster headshot TTK. Higher ROF is not necessarily better for CQC. You burn through your mag faster, which, on the current Lynx, isn't great due to the low damage per magazine. Better hipfire was a pro. The current Lynx handles arguably better, though in CQC, it loses out. I'm not saying that the current Lynx is bad, it just doesn't do as well as the old Lynx in CQC. In fact, at range, old Lynx had a better vertical recoil and 10m more minimum danage range. Even so, there are viable tradeoffs between old Lynx, current Lynx, and Jaguar to warrant an 800/845 gun. Sure, increase the Lynx ROF to 967, albeit making it a headshot monster, but what's going to bridge the gap between 750-967 RPM? A 800/845 RPM weapon would add more weapon variety. Do increase TRAC RPM to 800. It'll be practically the same thing as the old Lynx, just without (don't kill me)better hipfire, softpoint, and 0.75 ads, and slightly better horizontal recoil and reload. Yes, it's strong right now, but it isn't Jaguar strong. It's not like the Jaguar needs a nerf, and while the Jaguar exists, there's little point in using the TRAC right now, in my opinion.