In this Call of Duty Warzone guide, we’ll be comparing the Bullfrog and the LC10, we'll be looking at their stats, best attachments and we'll find out which SMG is better, LC10 or Bullfrog in Warzone.
Now, when we're looking at the weapon stats the Bullfrog has an ADS speed of 220ms and a movement speed at 4.82 m/s whereas the LC10 has an ADS speed of 192ms and a movement speed of 4.82 m/s. So pretty comparable the LC10 does have a slight advantage in the ADS speed.
When we're looking at the reload speed it is the exact same for both SMS, 2.20s.
The Rate of Fire for the Bullfrog is 751RPM whereas the LC10 comes in at 790RPM. So the LC10 does have a slight advantage with that RoF which makes its TTK pretty comparable.
Now, let's take a look at the damage profile and see does the Bullfrog have a slight edge. When we're looking at the damage profile the Bullfrog does 55 damage to the head which means it's going to take 5 shots to down a fully armored opponents whereas the LC10 does 48 damage to the head which means it's going to take 6 shots to down a fully armored opponent.
Now, if we're looking at the chest damage the Bulldog does 34 damage to the chest which means it's going to take 8 shots to down a fully armored opponent, whereas the LC10 does 30 damage to the chest which means it's going to take 9 shots to down a fully armored opponent.
Now, both of these weapons do have a damage fall off that is pretty comparable. The Bullfrog has a damage of at 14m and the LC10 has a damage falloff at 20m.
But we need to take a look at the Time To Kill because this is where we see which weapon comes out on top. Now, if we're looking at the Time To Kill for the Bullfrog if you hit all of your headshots that means you're going to down a fully armored opponent in 320ms whereas if you hit all of your chest shots you're gonna down a fully armored opponent in 559ms. Taking a look at the LC10 if you hit all of your headshots the LC10 is going to down a fully armored opponent in 380ms. If you're hitting all of your chest shots the LC10 is going to down an opponent in 608ms which is terrible for a smg.
Now, let's take a look if you mix in some headshots if you hit one or two headshots you are going to have a sub 400 Time To Kill at 479 ms this is very impressive for the Bullfrog. Now, if you get three headshots you are going to delete your opponent in less than 400ms. Now, if we look at the LC10 if you hit one or two headshots you're gonna down a fully armored opponent in 532ms and if you hit three headshots you're gonna down a fully armored opponent in 456ms and so here we see that the Bullfrog just has a better damage profile than the LC10 and with the bigger magazine, it's just a no-brainer to go with the Bullfrog because you can use an extra attachment somewhere else to either increase the range or to reduce the recoil.
I really love the Bullfrog. It's great for storming buildings especially with that extra ammo, with no recoil you can really challenge people with a little bit further range than most SMGs. It's great for taking on opponents, if you're outnumbered and if you hit those headshots you are going to be downing opponents absolutely quickly. The Bullfrog is amazing for aggressive play styles and also balanced play styles and not to mention it is excellent at hip fire. The LC10 is also fantastic at hip firing and can hit like a truck but you really need to hit those headshots for that ttk to be really impressive. The LC10 is great for a balanced playstyle and with that 53 round magazine it's gonna allow you to make some aggressive plays but keep in mind that you need to hit all of those headshots.
Let's jump into the attachments, so for the Bullfrog you're gonna want to go with the GRU Suppressor the 7.4” Task Force Barrel, the Steady Aim Laser, the Bruiser Grip, which is great for movement and hip fire accuracy and the KGB Skeletal Stock for the LC10 you're going to want to go with the Agency Suppressor, the 13.9” Task Force Barrel, the Steady Aim Laser, the Bruiser Grip and the Salvo 52 Rnd Fast Mag.
Here are my final thoughts, the Bullfrog is definitely my favorite out of the two, the recoil is really manageable allowing you to hit those headshots. The LC10 is fun to use and it's a balanced weapon, it works as it should, it is very usable with many different play styles. So the LC10 is going to be reliable.
However, when you're coming up against other players who are using maybe the FFAR, the MAC-10 or the Bullfrog you're gonna find that you're not gonna win much of those gunfights until the FFAR gets nerfed. You might not see the LC10 rising into the meta yet but the Bullfrog is definitely up there.