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Battlefield 4 M32 MGL

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Battlefield 4 M32 MGL-140The Battlefield 4 M32 MGL (or MGL-140) is a grenade launcher that holds six 40mm grenades in a revolver-type configuration. The M32 MGL in Battlefield 4 is the same version that’s used by the US Marines, which also goes under the name MGL-140. The M32 is a “battle pickup” weapon, meaning that it cannot be equipped by soldiers, it has to be picked up at a select spot on the map.

The Mikor M32 MGL-140 is a South African-made grenade launcher that has been in use for 30 years. Over 50,000 have been made and are in use all around the world, including the USMC. The Battlefield 4 M32 MGL was first spotted in the singleplayer portion of the game, where it was usable by the player. The M32 MGL is only available as part of the Battlefield 4 Battle Pickup weapons.



Battlefield 4 M32 MGL stats

The M32 MGL in Battlefield 4 is different from other grenade launchers in the game, such as the M320. The M32 is capable of a faster firing rate due to its revolver design.

  • Capacity: 6 x 40mm grenades
  • Rate of fire: 20 RPM
  • Fire modes: semi automatic
  • Reload time: 10.0 seconds
  • Bullet velocity: 100 m/s
  • Min damage: 22
  • Max damage: 34
  • Weight: 5.3 KG

Similar Battlefield 4 weapons to the M32 MGL

M32 MGL (MGL-140) in real life
Battlefield 4 M32 MGL-140 in real life

2 COMMENTS & TRACKBACKS

  1. BL
    September 23rd, 2013 at 3:39 pm

    Going to use this every chance I get before they nerf it from the noobs whining over it.

    • Insert Name Here
      September 30th, 2013 at 10:01 pm

      I agree. This will be a great weapon up until it is nerfed becuase people complain that it’s too OP. Yeah! There are supposed to be some good weapons!

      • mallowsal
        July 10th, 2014 at 1:37 pm

        i doubt they will nerf it, its a pick up weapon like the 50 cal. meant to be OP

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