The United States Navy Mark 14 Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR) is an American selective fire military designated marksman rifle chambered for the 7.62x51mm NATO cartridge. It is a variant of the M14 battle rifle and was originally built for use with units of the United States Special Operations Command, such as the United States Navy SEALs, Delta Force, and task specific ODA units.
The EBRs are made with the intention of carrying out both designated marksman and CQB roles in combat. Since 2010, the U.S. Army has made available two M14EBR-RI rifles per infantry platoon for units deploying to Afghanistan. The M14EBR-RI has a standard weight 22.0" barrel and GI flash hider with a bayonet lug; it is not to be confused with the Mark 14 Mod 0 or Mod 1.
|Weapon class||Battle rifle|
|Max range ?||10,000"|
|Rate of fire||710rpm|
|Reload time||3.13s loaded|
10,000 (calculated) "850"
|Supply points ?||3|
|Weight points ?||320/640|
The M14 EBR is a selective-fire battle rifle featured in Insurgency. It is exclusive to the Security Forces. It features a 20 round magazine, a high damage output, and high vertical recoil.
- The M14 has the highest vertical recoil of all carbines, assault rifles, SMGs, LMGs, and pistols.
- The M14 EBR uses a scount mount rail, meaning optics are attached near the barrel of the weapon.
[Edit]Weapons of Insurgency
|Security Forces||Insurgent Forces|
|Submachine guns||MP5K • UMP-45||MP40 • Sterling|
|Carbines||AC-556 • Mk18 • M4A1||M1 Carbine • SKS • AKS-74U|
|Assault rifles||M16A4 • Galil SAR||AKM • AK-74 • Galil|
|Battle rifles||L1A1 SLR • M14 EBR||FAL|
|Light machine guns||M249||RPK|
|Handguns||Makarov • M45A1 • M9||Makarov • Model 10 • M1911|