|A higher rate-of-fire than traditional sniper rifles reduces range while increase suppressive power.|
DMRs[edit | edit source]
Note: Since Bluehole doesn't release the official weapon values of guns, no website has 100% accurate statistics for weapons. Each website relies on hundreds of spreadsheets and each website has different numbers. Most websites recorded their data via private matches and some don't include the feet/range. No one knows if the tests were consistent when recording the data. In short, no one has the exact numbers, but this data is close to the real values.
|Image||Name||DMG||SPD||PWR||zRNG||MAG||TBS||Mode||AMM||CAP||ATTCH||BDMG 0||BDMG 1||BDMG 2||BDMG 3||HDMG 0||HDMG 1||HDMG 2||HDMG 3|
|Mini 14||44||990||10,000||100 - 600||20||0.100s||Semi-auto||5.56||500||3||44||30.80||26.40||19.80||110||77||66||49.50|
|Mk14 EBR||60||853||20,000||100 - 800||10||0.090s||Semi-auto, Full-auto||7.62||500||4||60||42||36||27||150||105||90||67.50|
|SKS||55||800||20,000||100 - 800||10||0.090s||Semi-auto||7.62||500||5||55||38.50||33||24.75||137.50||96.25||82.50||61.88|
Summary[edit | edit source]
DMRs, or Designated Marksman Rifles, are weapons between the Assault Rifles and Sniper Rifles categories. Broadly speaking, they've got just short of the range of a sniper rifle, and just slightly higher damage than an assault rifle, albeit with a slightly lower magazine size. Functionally speaking, they're a great short to medium range precision rifle, but they're not that great in assault situations.
Guides[edit | edit source]
DMRs are a big part of our Best Loadouts for PLAYERUNKNOWN's BATTLEGROUNDS, so if you use these weapons a lot, make sure to check out that page. For more tips and tricks, make sure to also check out our How to Play Guide for PLAYERUNKNOWN's BATTLEGROUNDS.
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