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M16A4
M16A4 DZ.png
Magazine Size 30
Ammo Type(s) 5.56x45mm
Magazine Type(s) STANAG Mag, STANAG SD Mag
Damage 3300 Blood
Fire Modes Semi/Burst
Shots to Kill body:

head: 1

Effective Range 500m
Rate of Fire High
Recoil Low/Moderate
Noise Moderate/High
Zeroing No
Location(s) Barracks
Rarity Very Rare
Attachments ACOG, CCO, Weapon Flashlight, M203, Holographic sight
Alternate version(s) M16A2 M203, M16A2

The M16A4 is a 5.56mm assault rifle formerly used by the US Marine Corps. It is an upgrade of the M16A2 which it has replaced. In game, the M16A4 is much rarer than the M16A2, But is more accurate than the M4A1, and unlike the M16A2, it can accept a variety of attachments.

Overview[]

The M16A4 is, as stock, identical to the M16A2. However, it can be outfitted with a variety of optics. It is much more accurate than the M4A1 carbine, and instead of the M4A1's fully automatic firing mode, it features a 3-round burst setting. It's good accuracy, high rate of fire and decent damage output make it a great all-purpose weapon.

The M16A4 Does around 3300 damage per round at close range. This is obviously a disadvantage while going up against a AK-47M, which does 4500 damage, and the M16A4 is also far longer than the AK-47M and M4A1, making it less suited to close-range encounters. But at longer ranges, the M16A4's 5.56mx45mm round's higher velocity and superior sights will give the M16A4 an advantage over both the M4A1 and AK-47M. It is effective out to 400m, though further shots may be possible.

Unlike the M4A1, the M16A4 cannot accept the 5.56mm Suppressor.

DAMAGE

Muzzle 3,555
200 m 2,665
400 m 1,995


Ammunition[]

The M16A4 Accepts 30Rnd STANAG magazines and their SD Variants. It will NOT accept G36 Magazines, though they can be re-combined[[1]] into STANAG magazines.

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