Battlefield Wiki

Editing

RSC 1917

1
  • The edit can be undone. Please check the comparison below to verify that this is what you want to do, and then save the changes below to finish undoing the edit. If you are undoing an edit that is …
Latest revision Your text
Line 1: Line 1:
{{Classification}}
+
{{Classification}}[[File:RSC_1917_IRL.jpg|thumb|270px]]
{{See|Not to be confused with the [[RSC SMG]]}}
+
[[File:RSC_1917_IRL.jpg|thumb|270px]]
 
 
The '''Fusil Automatique Modèle 1917''' (English: Model 1917 Automatic), or '''RSC M1917''' (RSC standing for its designers, Ribeyrolles, Sutter and Chauchat, who previously designed the [[Chauchat]]), is a French semi-automatic infantry rifle. Developed in 1917 and produced until the end of [[World War I]], it went into service with the [[French]] Army near the end of the war. The rifle was chambered in the same cartridge as the [[Lebel Model 1886]], with which it shared some parts. With 86,000 rifles manufactured before production ended in 1918, the RSC 1917 was one of the first semi-automatic rifles to be adopted on such a large scale. Very few rifles have survived in full, working condition, making them rare and highly sought-after collectibles.
 
The '''Fusil Automatique Modèle 1917''' (English: Model 1917 Automatic), or '''RSC M1917''' (RSC standing for its designers, Ribeyrolles, Sutter and Chauchat, who previously designed the [[Chauchat]]), is a French semi-automatic infantry rifle. Developed in 1917 and produced until the end of [[World War I]], it went into service with the [[French]] Army near the end of the war. The rifle was chambered in the same cartridge as the [[Lebel Model 1886]], with which it shared some parts. With 86,000 rifles manufactured before production ended in 1918, the RSC 1917 was one of the first semi-automatic rifles to be adopted on such a large scale. Very few rifles have survived in full, working condition, making them rare and highly sought-after collectibles.
   
Line 91: Line 91:
   
 
{{Weapons/BF1}}
 
{{Weapons/BF1}}
 
 
 
 
   
   
 
==Battlefield V==
 
==Battlefield V==
{{Infobox/weapon
+
{{RA}}
|name = RSC
+
The '''RSC''' is a [[Recon#Battlefield V|Recon]] self-loading rifle set to be featured in ''[[Battlefield V]]''. Its inclusion was revealed in a blog post detailing all weapons available in the game at launch.<ref>https://www.ea.com/en-gb/games/battlefield/news/weapons-vehicles-gadgets-reinforcements-list-battlefield-5</ref>
|image =
 
|icon = [[File:BF5 RSC Icon.png|200px]]
 
|faction =
 
|kit = [[File:Battlefield V Recon Class Icon.png|30px]] [[Recon#Battlefield V|Recon]]
 
|slot = Primary <small>(Self-Loading Rifle)</small>
 
|level = Recon Rank 16
 
|unlocks = <center><u>'''Rank 1'''</u><br /><small>[[LESS RECOIL|Recoil Buffer]] · [[QUICK AIM|Quick Aim]]</small><br /><u>'''Rank 2'''</u><br /><small>[[FAST SWAP|Slings and Swivels]] · [[QUICK RELOAD|Quick Reload]]</small><br /><u>'''Rank 3'''</u><br /><small>[[ENHANCED GRIPS|Enhanced Grips]] · [[IMPROVED ACCURACY|Barrel Bedding]]</small><br /><u>'''Rank 4'''</u><br /><small>[[Bayonet]] · [[IMPROVED ACCURACY|Lightened Stock]]</small><br /></center>
 
|fire = Semi-Automatic
 
|rof = 150 RPM
 
|magazine = 5+1 rounds
 
|startammo = 54+6 rounds
 
|maxammo = 60+6 rounds
 
|vel = 630 m/s
 
|partial = 2.85s
 
|empty = 3.3s
 
|damage = 52.1 - 38
 
*52.1 <small>(0-49m)</small><br>
 
*52.1 - 50 <small>(49-50m)</small><br>
 
*50 - 38 <small>(50-75m)</small>
 
|ammotype = 8mm Lebel
 
|drop = 12 m/s²
 
|recoil = {{Recoil|1.2|0.0|0.0}}
 
}}
 
{{Quote|By repurposing parts from the Lebel rifle it was designed to replace, the RSC was cheaper to produce for the French army, though there were complaints that it was unwieldy in the trenches.|In-game description}}
 
   
The '''RSC''' is a weapon featured in ''[[Battlefield V]]''. Its inclusion was revealed in a blog post detailing all weapons available in the game at launch.<ref>https://www.ea.com/en-gb/games/battlefield/news/weapons-vehicles-gadgets-reinforcements-list-battlefield-5</ref> It is unlocked at [[Recon#Battlefield V|Recon]] rank 16.
+
{{Weapons/BF5}}
   
The RSC uses the same damage model as the [[Autoloading 8#Battlefield V|Model 8]], going from a two body-shot kill out to 50m beyond which it drops to a three shot kill. Aside from also sharing a default rate of fire with the Model 8, the weapon has the lowest muzzle velocity in its class, resulting in reduced performance at long range when compared to the [[ZH-29]] and [[Selbstlader 1906#Battlefield V|Selbstlader 1906]]. The weapon's main strength is its capacity and reloading process - it is the only Self-Loading Rifle to have a +1 capacity by default, granting an extra bullet per reload over its contemporaries. This means the rifle is capable of killing three full health enemies within 50m, whereas other SLRs are limited to two. The rifle is also reloaded using an en-bloc clip that function like a detachable magazine, granting quick and consistent reload times when the magazine is partially empty, and an empty reload time similar to stripper clip loading rifles. Attaching [[Sight#Battlefield V|optics]] does not interfere with reloading ability.
 
 
Its [[Specializations (Battlefield V)/Weapons|Specialization]] tree offers general improvements to handling characteristics as well as improved aimed accuracy in various stances, with the Rank 4 upgrade of [[Bayonet]] being unique amongst Self-Loaders.
 
 
===Gallery===
 
<gallery>
 
rsc.jpg|Holding the RSC M1917
 
rscsights.jpg|Aiming the RSC M1917
 
rscreload.jpg|Reloading the RSC M1917
 
rscmenu.jpg|Customisation menu
 
</gallery>
 
 
{{Weapons/BF5}}
 
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
Line 123: Line 106:
 
** The '''Grandmaison''' and '''Papa Joffre''' skins are named after the World War I French military generals [[wikipedia:Louis Loyzeau de Grandmaison|Louis Loyzeau de Grandmaison]] and [[wikipedia:Joseph Joffre|Joseph Jacques Césaire Joffre]] respectively.
 
** The '''Grandmaison''' and '''Papa Joffre''' skins are named after the World War I French military generals [[wikipedia:Louis Loyzeau de Grandmaison|Louis Loyzeau de Grandmaison]] and [[wikipedia:Joseph Joffre|Joseph Jacques Césaire Joffre]] respectively.
 
** The '''Le Tigre''' skin is named after the nickname of the French Prime Minister during the latter half of World War I, [[wikipedia:Georges Clemenceau|Georges Clemenceau]].
 
** The '''Le Tigre''' skin is named after the nickname of the French Prime Minister during the latter half of World War I, [[wikipedia:Georges Clemenceau|Georges Clemenceau]].
 
==References==
 
{{Reflist}}
 
 
[[Category:Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass]]
 
[[Category:Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass]]
[[Category:Self-Loading Rifles of Battlefield 1]]
+
[[Category:Self-Loading Rifles]]
[[Category:Self-Loading Rifles of Battlefield V]]
+
[[Category:Weapons of Battlefield 1]]
  Loading editor
Below are some commonly used wiki markup codes. Simply click on what you want to use and it will appear in the edit box above.

View this template