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"Designed for the mobile marksman, the MK14 fires highly accurate, high damage single round shots. Two hits to the body and your target's a goner. Pace your shots and keep cool through fire to dominate as effectively as any full auto assault rifle."
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The MK14 is a semi-automatic assault rifle that appears in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Call of Duty Online and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3Edit

Mk14 menu icon MW3
MK14
Damage

75-49 (MP)

Damage Multipliers

Head: 1.4, Chest: 1, Limbs: 1 (MP)

Weapon Class

Assault Rifle

Magazine Size

20 rounds (30 with Extended Mags)

Unlocked at

Level 60 (Multiplayer)
Level 47 (Survival Mode)

Starting Ammunition

20+40 (MP)

Maximum Ammunition

20+120 (MP)

Reload Time

2.67s loaded, 3.50s unloaded

Rate of Fire

550 RPM Max
(688 RPM with Rapid Fire)

Recoil

Low

Penetration

High

Fire Mode

Semi-Automatic

Used by

Grinch

HUD icon

MK14 Pickup MW3

Sound(s) Original sound

w/ Suppressor
Cocking sound
Modern Warfare 3 - MK14 Demonstration00:24

Modern Warfare 3 - MK14 Demonstration

CampaignEdit

The MK14 is Grinch's primary weapon in all Delta Force missions except "Bag and Drag" and "Hunter Killer", in which he uses an M4A1 and an MP5 instead. It is not available for use to the player in campaign, though the M14 EBR sniper variant is.

MultiplayerEdit

The MK14 is unlocked at Level 60. It has a low capped rate of fire, but it has high power, as it kills with two hits to the chest or one headshot at close-range, and three shots to the body at long-range. It will also kill with two shots at range if one is a headshot. Considering that this rifle has one of the longest effective ranges of all assault rifles, most of the time it should only take two shots to drop a target. Its recoil is very controllable compared to the M14 from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, especially when combined with the Kick proficiency.

Due to its high damage and hip-fire accuracy, it is often favored in Hardcore game modes as a makeshift sniper rifle if using the Attachments proficiency and equipping an ACOG Scope or Thermal Scope, and Suppressor, as the silencer's range penalty is mitigated by the fact that it is still a one-hit-kill at all ranges in Hardcore mode, unless the target has a Ballistic Vest, however, a headshot will kill anybody regardless of whether or not the target has a Ballistic Vest instantly on Hardcore, either way both are still effective.

Rapid Fire has a unique effect on the MK14; because the weapon is semi-automatic, Rapid Fire simply raises the firecap, allowing for marginally a faster fire rate. This can be useful in close-quarters and when facing many enemies that need to be quickly dispatched; however, for most situations, it is not necessary.

Another unique part of this weapon is the Shotgun (Attachment). Equipping the Shotgun dramatically increases visual recoil when firing the rifle. The sights kick back heavily, making it more difficult to accurately place follow up shots, except when paired with the Thermal Scope, which eliminates the visual recoil.

Survival ModeEdit

The MK14 is available in Survival Mode from level 47 and costs $3000. Using this weapon is questionable because its fire rate makes it an unfavorable weapon in close-quarters but its high damage means that the player does not need to go for headshots as early as other guns.

Weapon AttachmentsEdit

ProficiencyEdit

  • Kick - Unlocked at weapon level 4.
  • Impact - Unlocked at weapon level 9.
  • Attachments - Unlocked at weapon level 12.
  • Focus - Unlocked at weapon level 16.
  • Breath - Unlocked at weapon level 22.
  • Stability - Unlocked at weapon level 28.

GalleryEdit

For camouflage pictures, see MK14/Camouflage.
For attachments pictures, see MK14/Attachments.

VideoEdit

Call of Duty OnlineEdit

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MK14 icon CoDO
MK14
Damage

70-55

Weapon Class

Assault Rifle

Magazine Size

20 rounds

Maximum Ammunition

20+120

Fire Mode

Semi-Automatic

The MK14 returns in Call of Duty Online.

AttachmentsEdit

(Incomplete list)

Call of Duty: Advanced WarfareEdit

MK14 menu icon AW
MK14
Damage

48-25 (MP)

Damage Multipliers

x1.2 Head
x1.1 Upper Torso

Weapon Class

Assault Rifle

Magazine Size

20 rounds (30 with Extended Mags)

Unlocked at

Level 42 (MP)
Round 25 (Exo Survival)

Cost (Exo Zombies)

500 (Off-wall)

Starting Ammunition

20+60 (MP)

Maximum Ammunition

20+120 (SP, MP & Exo Zombies)

Reload Time

2s loaded, 2.3s empty, 1.7s fast

Rate of Fire

631 RPM

Range (explanation)

650-1700

Recoil

Moderate to Low

Penetration

Medium

Fire Mode

Semi-Automatic

Used by

KVA

HUD icon

MK14 HUD Icon AW

Upgrade Points3
"Semi-automatic. Best in class accuracy."
— In-game description .

The MK14 (referred to as m182spr in the game files) returns in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. It is the game's only semi-automatic assault rifle.

CampaignEdit

The MK14 is commonly used by the KVA and used once by the Atlas Corporation in the PC and next-gen versions (Xbox One, PS4) of the game, whereas in the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions the weapon is only found at some spots in the levels "Fission" and "Throttle".

MultiplayerEdit

The MK14 has a relatively high damage profile, but it also has different modifiers for areas on the target. It allows for two hit kills to the chest at close ranges but drops off to three at about 15 meters. If all shots hit the limbs, it will require three shots up close and four at range. Headshots don't seem to be particularly beneficial.

Recoil is moderate, which may require the player to either shoot slowly or quickly adjust their aim after most shots. The foregrip can be a very useful attachment. The weapon has a rather high firecap, potentially allowing for quick follow up shots. However being semi-auto is a major drawback as the average rate of fire is very low (the average player's trigger finger is relatively slow), combined with the fact that most other weapons have variants which offer much higher fire rates and similar damage profiles (3-4 shots to kill) outside of the very close range (mere feet) two shot kill, nearly every other weapon will outperform the MK14. With all of this in mind, it is highly unadvised for run-and-gun players, as the player is likely to be outgunned in close quarters, and would be better suited towards medium ranges.

The MK14 has some good variants. A good variant to use is the Desecrator, which increases the firecap to 800 RPM, but makes the aim speed 20% slower, down to 300 milliseconds. The firecap is extremely hard to hit for an average player, meaning the player doesn't need to worry about limiting their trigger finger too often.

Another good variant is the Marksman variant, the Sheriff. The Sheriff decreases viewkick by 20%, but increases the hip-fire spread by 20%. Considering the MK14's sub-par skill at close quarters, the MK14 Sheriff is a great variant to use to decrease viewkick.

A bizarrely useful variant is the Eagle Eye. The Eagle Eye increases range, decreases viewkick by 10%, and has an integrated Quickdraw Grip. However, the Eagle Eye prohibits the usage of optical attachments, magazine modifications, and the Suppressor. If none of these attachments are vital to the player's strategy, the Eagle Eye is a very good variant to use for its benefits.

Exo SurvivalEdit

The MK14 also appears in Exo Survival. It costs 3 upgrade points to buy, and is unlocked at level 25.

It is a unique weapon in the game, since it is the only semi-auto assault rifle in it. The only comparable weapon to it is the EPM3, but even that is very different from the MK14, as the EPM3 is a directed energy weapon with infinite ammo and is in the Heavy Weapon class, making it only available to the Heavy Exo class until aquiring Weapons Free.

The MK14 has a high amount of damage, a low magazine capacity (for an assault rifle), the best accuracy in its class, long range and a low reserve ammo capacity. Some of these things make it an effective weapon for players who want to play a sniping role while still using the Light Exo class rather than the Specialist Exo class. However, due to it not being unlocked until round 25, which is a very long time to wait, the player may be better off getting the EPM3 in the Heavy Exo class or using a sniper rifle in the Specialist Exo class (although if the player collects perks fast then they may be able to just use the Light Exo class until getting the Weapons Free perk, at which point the player can just buy a sniper rifle or the EPM3).

Due to the role it plays, it can be good for the Defend Position objective if the location that needs to be defended has a good, long-ranged sightline, but otherwise it is not good for completing objectives.

Overall, it is a generally effective weapon depending on the player's playstyle, but it may not be the best option due to the other choices available, like the EPM3.

Exo ZombiesEdit

In Exo Zombies, the MK14 can be acquired off the wall for 500 credits, similarly to the M14 from Zombies. Unlike the M14, however, it has a 20-capacity magazine. It is one of the two weapons that can be bought at the start of the match, the other being the Bulldog.

The MK14 is a generally effective weapon despite its price, but due to the playstyle of Exo Zombies, it may be better to trade it in for a better weapon when possible. Comparing it to the other wall weapon that can be bought from the start, the Bulldog, the MK14 has a much higher magazine and reserve ammo capacity and farther range, but lower damage and a slower reload. They are both effective in their own ways; it just depends on the player's playstyle.

AttachmentsEdit

Supply Drop VariantsEdit

Name Rarity Advantages Disadvantages Notes
Hardtip Enlisted High Penetration Hipspread +10%
Signature Enlisted Fire Rate: 750 RPM Reserve Mags -1 MW3 style iron sights
Deluxe Enlisted Mag Capacity: 22

Fire Rate: 545 RPM

Sport Enlisted View Kick −10% Range: 650-1445
Desecrator Professional Fire Rate: 800 RPM ADS Time +20% front sight is changed to a hollow circle
Ultralite Professional Hipspread −20% Range: 552.5-1445
Obituary Professional Range: 650-1445 Integrated Target Enhancer;
MW3 style iron sights
Eagle Eye Elite Range: 747.5-1955
View Kick −10%
Mag Capacity: 17 Integrated Quickdraw Grip; Optics, magazine mods, stock and suppressor are not allowed
Eclipse Elite High Penetration
View Kick −20%
Fire Rate: 545 RPM
Hipspread +20%
Sheriff Permanent (Unlocked at 300 kills) View Kick −20% Hipspread +20% MW3 style iron sights

GalleryEdit

For attachment images, see MK14/Attachments.
For camouflage images, see MK14/Camouflage.
For variant images, see MK14/Variants.

TriviaEdit

  • During the Call of Duty XP event, the MK14 used the ACR's pickup icon from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 as a placeholder.
  • If the ACOG or Thermal Scope is attached to the MK14, it gains little to no idle sway unlike other weapons.
  • In the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 World Premiere Multiplayer Trailer, the M4A1 with an ACOG Scope sounded like the MK14 firing at the M4A1's rate of fire.
  • Grinch's MK14 is notable, as he will sometimes fire the weapon much faster than MK14's equipped with Rapid Fire can. This is easily seen if he gets in a close-quarters fight or is ambushed.
  • A bipod is seen on the MK14 in first-person but not on the pick-up and Create-A-Class icons.
  • In the level "Down The Rabbit Hole", Grinch's MK14 will have every attachment equipped.
  • In Call of Duty Online, the MK14 only has a front sight.
  • On some variants of the MK14 in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, "EBR" can be seen on the back of the weapon.

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