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[[File:U100 MK5.jpg|thumb|The U100 MK5 in real life.]]
 
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The '''[[wikipedia:Ultimax 100|U-100 MK5]]''' is a Singapore-made 5.56mm light machine gun, developed by the Chartered Industries of Singapore (CIS, now ST Kinetics). The MK 5 variant is an updated variant of the MK 4, which was developed for the [[United States Marine Corps|USMC]]'s Infantry Automatic Rifle competition; the Ultimax lost to the HK [[M27 IAR|M27]].{{Clear}}
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The '''[[wikipedia:Ultimax 100|U-100 MK5]]''' is a Singapore-made light machine gun, developed by the Chartered Industries of Singapore (CIS, now ST Kinetics). It chambers the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge. The MK 5 variant is an updated variant of the MK 4, which was developed for the [[United States Marine Corps|USMC]]'s Infantry Automatic Rifle competition; the Ultimax lost to the HK [[M27 IAR]].{{Clear}}
   
 
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The U-100 MK5 appears in the [[Battlefield 4]] multiplayer as the first LMG for the [[Support]] class. Its initial attachments are an [[HD-33]] sight, [[magnifier]], [[muzzle brake]], and [[bipod]]. It has a low rate of fire, moderate damage, and very good stability.
 
The U-100 MK5 appears in the [[Battlefield 4]] multiplayer as the first LMG for the [[Support]] class. Its initial attachments are an [[HD-33]] sight, [[magnifier]], [[muzzle brake]], and [[bipod]]. It has a low rate of fire, moderate damage, and very good stability.
   
The [[Stubby Grip|stubby]] or [[Potato Grip|potato]] grips further increase accuracy in full-auto, while the [[Ergo Grip|ergo]] and [[Foregrip|vertical]] grips help with mobility. Using a [[Angled Grip|angled]] or [[Folding Grip|folding]] grip completely cancels out the first-shot multiplier on the U-100 MK5, enabling accurate tap-fire and tight shot grouping in short bursts. Due to its magazine-feeding nature it may be also used more flexibly, as reloading is short and because it has semi- and burst-mode.
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The [[Stubby Grip|stubby]] or [[Potato Grip|potato]] grips further increase accuracy in full-auto, while the [[Ergo Grip|ergo]] and [[Foregrip|vertical]] grips help with mobility. Using a [[Angled Grip|angled]] or [[Folding Grip|folding]] grip completely cancels out the first-shot multiplier on the U-100 MK5, enabling accurate tap-fire and tight shot grouping in short bursts. Due to its magazine-feeding nature it may be also used more flexibly, as reloading is short and because it has semi-automatic and burst-mode.
   
 
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U100 MK5

The U100 MK5 in real life.

The U-100 MK5 is a Singapore-made light machine gun, developed by the Chartered Industries of Singapore (CIS, now ST Kinetics). It chambers the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge. The MK 5 variant is an updated variant of the MK 4, which was developed for the USMC's Infantry Automatic Rifle competition; the Ultimax lost to the HK M27 IAR.


Battlefield 4

The U-100 MK5 is a light machine gun featured in Battlefield 4.

Singleplayer

It can be found as a collectible in South China Sea in the southeastern-most hallway underneath the second half of the split Titan. It is equipped with a Prisma and a Bipod. It sports an Atomic Naval finish.

Multiplayer

The U-100 MK5 appears in the Battlefield 4 multiplayer as the first LMG for the Support class. Its initial attachments are an HD-33 sight, magnifier, muzzle brake, and bipod. It has a low rate of fire, moderate damage, and very good stability.

The stubby or potato grips further increase accuracy in full-auto, while the ergo and vertical grips help with mobility. Using a angled or folding grip completely cancels out the first-shot multiplier on the U-100 MK5, enabling accurate tap-fire and tight shot grouping in short bursts. Due to its magazine-feeding nature it may be also used more flexibly, as reloading is short and because it has semi-automatic and burst-mode.

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