|«|| The MAR-10 is a powerful marksman weapon used by CTRG forces. This semi-automatic rifle is chambered in .338 Lapua Magnum. With its 66 cm long barrel and 4.4 kg weight, MAR-10 isn't easy to handle, but high power and extreme precision with effective range up to 1700 m compensate it.|
|Faction|| - NATO|
|Caliber||.338 Lapua Magnum|
The MAR-10 is a piston driven, semi-automatic sniper rifle chambered to fire the .338 Lapua Magnum round.
It loads from 10 round box magazines and can attain a fire rate of up to 250 rounds per minute, with a muzzle velocity of 915 m/s. It can accept accessories on all three rails; top, side, and underbarrel, and can have attachments mounted onto its muzzle.
In terms of performance, the MAR-10's damage output is somewhat underwhelming at close-medium ranges due to using a smaller-sized cartridge compared to its CSAT counterpart (8.6 mm versus 9.3 mm). But consequently, the MAR-10 has a better ballistics model as it retains much of its power regardless of distance. This is in contrast to the Cyrus, which suffers from a significant damage drop-off for targets beyond 700 metres.
When it comes to accuracy, the MAR-10 is fairly precise and can be used to take out targets at ranges of up to 1000 metres with little-to-no dispersion. In that aspect, it is almost on-par (though not exactly the same) with the M320 LRR, making it perfectly suited for use in sniper engagements as opposed to short range firefights.
- Black: Matte black paint finish.
- Camo: Custom two-tone splinter camouflage pattern inspired by the Arid Dazzle pattern uniforms worn by CTRG. Exclusively used by CTRG Group 14 operators.
- Sand: Desert sand/flat dark earth paint finish. Primarily used by Mediterranean NATO sharpshooters.
- The MAR-10 is based on the real-world "Bad News" rifle designed by Noreen Firearms, an outdoor/sporting goods company based in Montana, U.S.A.
- It is also fitted with a custom-designed stock, and what appears to be a front handguard inspired by the War Sport "LVOA" rifle, complete with a Top Hat compensator.
- Unlike most other sniper rifles and DMRs, the MAR-10 is only capable of semi-automatic fire.