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Mk 11 is the United States Marine Corps designation of the SR-25 (Stoner Rifle 25) and its modernized version, the M110 (alternatively Mk11 Mod 2). It is a semi-automatic weapon system based on the famous AR-10 designed by Eugene Morrison Stoner. It fires the 7.62×51mm NATO round from a 10 or 20-round box magazine. All three versions of the rifle appear in the Battlefield series.

Battlefield Play4Free

In Battlefield Play4Free, the M110 is a purchasable elite weapon for the Recon Kit. It features moderate damage, rate of fire, and accuracy, and a unique scope reticle. Due to its semi-automatic nature, this gun is better suited for medium-sized maps like Karkand and Basra. Compared to its closer counterpart, the Elite's SVD, the M110 has higher rate of fire and accuracy, as well as a larger magazine, but is balanced by its lower damage, killing in 3-4 shots instead of the 2-3 needed by the SVD. It also costs less Battlefunds and can be bought with in-game Credits.

The M110 used to be purchasable for 140 P4F Funds for one day, 490 P4F Funds for a month, and 980 P4F Funds for unlimited use, but is currently not available to buy. It seems to have been replaced by the M14 EBR semi-automatic sniper. This gun is now only available for acquisition via the Daily Draw. Like other Elite's guns, it once sported a tan paint-scheme with a gray magazine. However, it has been altered to a clean, black paint-scheme.

Battlefield 3

"Essentially an M16 chambered for the heavy 7.62mm NATO caliber the Mk 11 Mod 0 features a longer, heavier, free-floating barrel, enhanced rail system and provisions to mount a sound suppressor. Everything about the Mk 11 Mod 0 is designed to enhance accuracy and provide a squad long range, accurate, Semi-Automatic fire. The Mk 11 Mod 0 is equipped with a Rifle Scope (8×) by default."

— Battlelog description


In Singleplayer mode, the Mk 11 Mod 0 is used during the mission, Operation Swordbreaker with a Rifle Scope. It is primarily intended to cover Chaffin's extraction after taking out the enemy sniper in the hotel. It is also seen in Night Shift being used by Steve Campo equipped with a Holographic Sight and Suppressor.


In Co-op, the Mk 11 Mod 0 is used as a primary weapon for both players alongside a silenced M9 in Drop 'Em Like Liquid with an IRNV scope, a Silencer, and a Bipod.


In multiplayer, it is the standard-issue rifle of the USMC Recon kit. It is a default unlock for the USMC, and is the equivalent of the SVD for the Russian faction and—like the SVD and M39 EMR—is equipped with a 10-round-magazine, a semi-automatic firemode, and high damage. Out of the three, it possesses the fastest reload. It is later unlocked for the Russian faction at 195,000 Recon points.



Battlefield 4

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The Mk11 Mod 0 returns in Battlefield 4.


The Mk11 Mod 0 is first available at the beginning of Baku, along with the SCAR-H. Afterwards, it can be equipped at any Weapon Crate. It comes with an ACOG sight and a Compensator. It sports an Atomic Urban finish.


The Mk11 Mod 0 is unlocked after scoring 8,000 points with DMRs. Compared to RFB, it has a slightly better aimed accuracy as well as a better reload speed than the RFB, but suffers from a worse hip fire accuracy, as the Mk11 Mod 0 is not a bullpup DMR, unlike the RFB. The Mk11 Mod 0 is almost statistically identical to the SCAR-H SV, with faster velocity and longer maximum range, while the SCAR-H SV has faster empty reload and less tendency to drift right than the Mk11 Mod 0.

Battlefield Hardline

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Two versions of the Mk 11 appear in Battlefield Hardline, the Professional exclusive SR-25 ECC Designated Marksman Rifle, and the all class M110K5 Battle Rifle introduced with the Battlefield Hardline: Blackout expansion.


"The SR-25 Enhanced Combat Carbine is based on the AR-10 design, with a monolithic top rail. Lower recoil and semi-automatic operation allows rapid shooting."

— In-game description

The SR-25 ECC is a semi-automatic sniper rifle featured in Battlefield Hardline, exclusive to the Law Enforcement Professional. It has a larger magazine size and a higher rate of fire than most of the other semi-autos, but it does slightly less damage and less effective at range.




The M110K5 is an all-class Battle Rifle featured in the Battlefield Hardline: Blackout expansion. Along with the rest of the content released with Blackout, it was added for early testing on the Battlefield Hardline Community Test Environment on October 22, 2015, after the expansion's announcement.

The M110K5 is a 7.62mm integrally suppressed rifle, meaning that it is permanently equipped with a Suppressor in the barrel customization slot. Unlike its DMR counterpart in the SR-25, the M110K5 is fully automatic with a 650 RPM fire rate with the same 25-round magazine, but is less controllable and is not as accurate at range. Due to being unable to equip any other barrel modifications, like the Muzzle Brake or Compensator, because of its Suppressor, the M110K5 can only use under barrel grips to help compensate for its recoil.


Battlefield 3

Battlefield Hardline

  • The SR-25 ECC is actually based on the Knights Armament Company SR-25 E2 APC (Advanced Precision Carbine), a variant of the SR-25 intended for medium range marksman shooting, despite it being named after the Knights Armament Company SR-25 E2 ACC (Advanced Combat Carbine).
  • The SR-25 ECC was one of a handful of weapons present in Hardline's June beta files in an unfinished state, but could be equipped if the beta's files were modified to allow their use.[1] Since PunkBuster was not used during the beta, the weapons could be used online in this fashion.
  • In this state, the weapon had a magazine size of 20, its iron sights were untextured, and used Battlefield 4's Mk11 Mod 0 model and icon as placeholders.


  1. Battlefield: Hardline - Hidden guns - Youtube, Uploaded June 15, 2014

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