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Battlefield 4 M39

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Battlefield 4 M39 EBRThe Battlefield 4 M39 (or M39 EBR / EMR) is an unlockable semi automatic sniper rifle used mainly by the Recon class. The M39 EBR a good all-round semi automatic rifle that’s best used at medium ranges. It’s very comparable tot he M417, although it features a smaller 10-round magazine. The M39 is part of the “DMR” (designated marksman rifle) lineup, meaning it can be used by any class in the game.

The Battlefield 4 M39 EMR — Enhanced Marksman Rifle — is also known as the M39 EBR (Eenhanced Battle Rifle) and has been in service since 2008 with the US Marines. The M39 was first featured in the Battlefield series in Bad Company 2 as the MK 14. It’s a great all round semi automatic rifle that can be effective as an assault weapon when paired with a short scope or sights. It’s similar in damage and accuracy to the RFB.

Battlefield 4 M39 stats

The M39 rifle in Battlefield 4 is very similar to the starting semi automatic rifles in the game, as it features almost the same accuracy and firepower.

  • Capacity: 10 rounds
  • Rate of fire: 300 RPM
  • Fire modes: semi automatic
  • Reload time: 3.4 seconds
  • Bullet velocity: 570 m/s
  • Min damage: 37
  • Max damage: 50
  • Weight: 4.5 KG

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8 COMMENTS & TRACKBACKS

  1. Danny
    August 12th, 2013 at 11:17 am

    All sniper rifles in this game should be more powerful even a semi-auto rifle will do maximum damage at 700+ yards

  2. Steven
    October 8th, 2013 at 8:51 am

    I agree the bullet velocity on all sniper rifles are all wrong, dice must wake up and fix it or else they are going to lose a lot of fans… I’ve expierenced this low velocity on beta and it is shocking I can’t even hit a guy from 200m away what’s the point of having all these large maps if the best weapon to kill a guy from far distances is an assault rifle… If they don’t fix it I’m going to be very disappointed…

    • Epichambonewin
      June 21st, 2014 at 4:04 pm

      Actually, most sniper bullets have less velocity than, per say an assault rifle. They just happen to have a lot more energy in the bullets due to its mass

  3. Caleb
    October 13th, 2013 at 1:33 pm

    Couldn’t agree more. They also have the damage wrong for DMRs. It does not and should not take 4 .308 rounds to kill something at mid range. They added mag capacity but that doesn’t justify having damage even remotely close to much smaller calibers. Three bullets would be more suitable

    • Adude
      January 1st, 2014 at 2:51 pm

      You never know. I kind of agree but I have no clue who he is.

      • Adude
        January 1st, 2014 at 2:52 pm

        That was supposed to go to Man (the guy below me.)

  4. Man
    October 26th, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    I feel like Danny, Steven,and Caleb are the same guy just choosing a different name so “Danny” looks like a man people always agree with

  5. Tirno
    October 30th, 2013 at 10:37 am

    I’m not a BF4 player, but I do own and shoot this configuration of the M-14, so here’s what I note that diverges from reality:

    The normal capacity of an M-14 magazine is 20 rounds, not 10.

    The speed of a 175gr HPBT round through a suppressor, as measured by a chronograph, is about 780 m/s. The 168gr rounds seem to work better at long range.

    Even your best accurized M-14s will get you about 1 MOA accuracy. That means it’s pretty easy to ring a 8″ gong at 400 yards, but when you try to hit a 4″ target at the same range, you end up shooting a donut around it. I did hit a man-sized steel target at 700 yards, but I had the help of a good spotter to walk the rounds in.

    When you put a suppressor on an M-14, you get a blast of gas in your face as the bolt unlocks. Due to the suppressor slowing the exhaust gasses, there is still pressure in the barrel as the action operates. By the end of the day, your face will be sooty. If you’re not wearing really good eye protection, your eyes will dry out.

    The Sage international EBR stock system actually cuts about a pound of weight from the M-14, but you quickly get all of that back when you add the scope and bipod.

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