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"Intervention" redirects here. For the vehicle in Battlefield Hardline, see Intervention SUV

The M200 Intervention in real life.

The CheyTac M200 Intervention is an American bolt-action sniper rifle manufactured by CheyTac LLC. It fires the .408 CheyTac or .375 CheyTac cartridge.


Battlefield 4[]

The SRR-61 is a weapon featured in Battlefield 4. The weapon uses a 7-round magazine. The .408 CheyTac cartridge of the SRR-61 has the least bullet drop among sniper rifles due to superior aerodynamics, but the high mass of the round results in a slightly reduced muzzle velocity when compared to the .338 Lapua Magnum fired by the M98B.[1]

Compared to all other rifles in the game, the SRR-61 has the longest range, which is further complemented with the addition of a ballistic scope. This also contributes to the weapon's low bullet drop, making it ideal for dispatching targets at extremely long ranges.


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Trivia[]

  • The sniper rifle's designation, "SRR-61" does not refer to the actual weapon itself but for the Jordanian 61st Special Reconnaissance Regiment (SRR-61), which is part of the country's Royal Guard, and is known for using a variety of sniper rifles, including the CheyTac M200.

  

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