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The Rifle, .303 Pattern 1914, or simply the Pattern 1914 Enfield or Enfield P14, is a British bolt action rifle designed in 1914-1915 and manufactured by several companies during the World War I period. It was originally developed in response to the Gewehr M.95 rifles the British faced in the Second Boer War. The rifle was unable to be produced on British soil during the war, and production was contracted to the United States with multiple companies, resulting in compatibility issues. However, as the United States entered the war in 1917-1918, the surplus of Enfield P14s were easily converted and used by the Americans into M1917 Enfield rifles to phase out the M1903 Springfield rifles that used the same .30-06 cartridge. The rifles were also used as sniper rifles in replacement of the Lee-Enfield rifles. During World War II, the rifles were repurposed for the British Home Guard, being sent from the United States via the Lend-Lease program.

Battlefield HeroesEdit

For the standard variants of these guns, see Lee-Enfield#Battlefield Heroes.

In Battlefield Heroes, there are three sniper rifles that are based on the Pattern 1914 Enfield, being specific variants of the Roderick Super Rifle, the Oscar's Super Farshot, and the Pipsqueak's Super Popper.

Roderick Super RifleEdit

"Has more rounds and allows you to get closer to your target than the original Roderick Rifle!"

— In-Game Description


The Roderick Super Rifle is a super weapon variant featured in Battlefield Heroes. It is available to the Commando class of the Royal Army. It is the counterpart of the National Army The Uber Groundbreaker. A stolen variant of the Roderick Super Rifle is also available to the National Army. This variant of the Roderick Rifle has a higher critical hit chance than the regular variant, at 8% instead of 6%, has more rounds in the magazine at 8 rounds instead of 6, and deals more damage at closer ranges. The Roderick Super Rifle is statistically identical to the Tier 1 Elite M-21 and the Winter Camo M-21.


Oscar's Super FarshotEdit

"Has more rounds and allows you to get closer to your target than the original Oscar's Farshot!"

— In-Game Description


The Oscar's Super Farshot is a super weapon variant featured in Battlefield Heroes. It is available to the Commando class of the Royal Army. It is the counterpart of the National Army The Uber Gourmet. A stolen variant of the Oscar's Super Farshot is also available to the National Army. This variant of the Oscar's Farshot has more rounds in the magazine at 10 rounds instead of 8, and deals more damage at closer ranges.


Pipsqueak's Super PopperEdit

"Has more rounds and allows you to get closer to your target than the original Pipsqueak's Popper!"

— In-Game Description


The Pipsqueak's Super Popper is a super weapon variant featured in Battlefield Heroes. It is available to the Commando class of the Royal Army. It is the counterpart of the National Army Stefan's Uber Sharpshooter. A stolen variant of the Pipsqueak's Super Popper is also available to the National Army. This variant of the Pipsqueak's Popper has more rounds in the magazine at 7 rounds instead of 5, and deals more damage at closer ranges. The Pipsqueak's Super Popper is statistically identical to the M95.

Golden Super PopperEdit

"An exclusive golden version of the Super Popper"

— In-Game Description


The Golden Super Popper is a golden weapon variant featured in Battlefield Heroes, released with the Football Fiesta 2012 update. It is available to the Commando class of the Royal Army. It is the counterpart of the National Army Golden Uber Sharpshooter. To obtain the Golden Super Popper, a player must have purchased a jersey of the championship football team (Spain) from a promotional event during UEFA Euro 2012. The Golden Super Popper is statistically identical to the Golden M95.


CostEdit

Weapon 1 day 3 days 7 days 14 days 30 days Forever
Roderick Super Rifle 899P4F Funds BFH
450Valor Point BFH
1,350Valor Point BFH - 1,259P4F Funds BFH 1,679P4F Funds BFH 3,359P4F Funds BFH
Stolen Roderick Super Rifle 899P4F Funds BFH - - - 1,949P4F Funds BFH 3,899P4F Funds BFH
10,000Valor Point BFH
Oscar's Super Farshot 699P4F Funds BFH
450Valor Point BFH
1,350Valor Point BFH - 1,259P4F Funds BFH 1,679P4F Funds BFH 3,359P4F Funds BFH
Stolen Oscar's Super Farshot 899P4F Funds BFH - - - 1,949P4F Funds BFH 3,899P4F Funds BFH
Pipsqueak's Super Popper 899P4F Funds BFH
450Valor Point BFH
1,350Valor Point BFH - 1,259P4F Funds BFH 1,679P4F Funds BFH 3,359P4F Funds BFH
Stolen Pipsqueak's Super Popper 899P4F Funds BFH - - - 1,949P4F Funds BFH 3,899P4F Funds BFH
Golden Super Popper UEFA Euro 2012 reward

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Battlefield 1Edit

This item has a Codex entry: M1917 Enfield
"This rifle was modified during its design to accomodate a .30-06 cartridge, and use a 6-round mag while still using a 5-round clip."

— In-game description


The M1917 Enfield is weapon introduced in the Battlefield 1: Apocalypse expansion for the Scout class.

MultiplayerEdit

It is what can be considered closest to the M1903 Infantry Variant in terms of performance, with the differences being a slightly higher rate of fire (by 7 RPM), larger magazine by one round, and a slightly slower reload.

The Enfield inherits traits from the M1903 due to possessing the same cartridge, specifically its velocity, drag and sweet spot range. This can be considered a mixed blessing as while longer range shots require less leading and elevation, its sweet spot range can be a nuisance as shooting targets 100-150 meters away can be a hassle with iron sights. The M1917 will mostly being relying on achieving headshots, as the player must successfully land two shots and wounding enemies to achieve kills at anything below/beyond its sweet spot range.

Because the weapon uses 5 round stripper clips but has a 6-round capacity, if the player reloads with 1 round in the magazine, a stripper clip reload will be performed. If there are no rounds in the magazine, one will use a stripper clip plus an additional round.

Two variants of the M1917 Enfield exist for the Scout kit: Infantry and Silenced.

InfantryEdit

The Infantry variant of the weapon is available upon completion of its respective assignment. Like all Infantry presets, they feature no optics, with iron sights (although one can opt out in favor of Radium Sights if one desires). In general they feature quicker spread and recoil recovery alongside aiming speed.

SilencedEdit

The M1917 Enfield Silenced was introduced in the Weapon Crate Update on May 7, 2018, after debuting on the Community Test Environment. This variant is fitted with a suppressor that reduces the weapon's sound and muzzle flash. A sniper scope like those found on Sniper variants of Scout rifles is attached to the weapon. Due to the suppressor, the M1917 Enfield Silenced cannot equip either a bayonet or a bipod.


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Battlefield VEdit

The M1917 Enfield is a weapon set to be introduced to Battlefield V. It was first seen in a weapon proficiency dog tag.


TriviaEdit

Battlefield 1Edit

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