So I was out of curiosity watching stuff on Dasanfall about weapons and I saw an interesting thing. Apparently, the tracers we see from our weapons have different velocity than the damage itself from the weapon. Basically the weapon shoots invisible bullet that does the damage and visible one at the same time and they have different velocities. This is of course from a fan site so I have no idea if this is actually correct but most of the time the stuff there is. On most weapons this is not big of a difference, usually 10-20 m/s faster/slower. Then I started to look at sniper rifles. On the TR quick bolt sniper, the velocity of the visible bullet is 50 m/s faster. This is IMO quite a lot and can affect how you try to account movement when you aim. RAMS, the long range sniper of TR, has 100 m/s slower visible projectile. This is even more. I checked SR-7 and M77-B too and saw all the TR BASR have 550 m/s visible bullet velocity. Basically M77-B has the only velocity that matches the visible one. However NC and Vanu had the visible velocity wrong on many sniper rifles, but it could be different than on the other sniper rifles. The most enormous difference that I found was on Railjack. 850 m/s damage velocity compared to 600 m/s visible one. 250 m/s difference is quite a lot I think. So, to make this thread not die, TSAR and SAS-R have 50 m/s faster visible projectile while Ghost has same velocity on the visible one. OP nerf dat. (just joking) So to finally ask, if this is actually true, why does it exist?