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SMR
Damage

59-49 (MP)

Damage Multipliers

Headshot ICON Symbol
1.2x

Weapon Class

Assault Rifle

Magazine Size

Standard: 20 rounds
Extended Clip: 27 (SP), 26 (MP)

Tier

11

Unlocked at

Completing Pyrrhic Victory (SP)
Level 46 (MP)

Starting Ammunition

20+120 (SP), 20+60 (MP)

Maximum Ammunition

20+260 (SP), 20+160 (MP)
20+140 (ZM)

Reload Time

2.69 normal, 2.75 empty

Rate of Fire

Semi-auto: 535 RPM
Automatic: 468 RPM (SP), 416 RPM (MP)

Range (explanation)

SMR Range BOII

Recoil

High

Penetration

High

Fire Mode

· Semi-automatic (SP Select Fire, MP Standard, Zombies)
· Automatic (SP Standard, MP Select Fire)

Used by

SDC, Mercs

HUD icon

SMR Side View BOII

For the similarly named weapon, see MSR.
For a similar weapon, see M14.
"Semi-automatic assault rifle. Highest damage per round in class."
Create-A-Class Description

The SMR, or Saritch as referred to in the game files, is a semi-automatic (fully-automatic in the campaign), bullpup assault rifle featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. Unmodified, it has the highest damage per shot of all assault rifles.

MultiplayerEdit

The SMR is unlocked at level 46, along with the Skorpion EVO.

The SMR acts as the slower firing, semi-automatic assault rifle in Black Ops II. Unmodified, it can deal two-shot kills up close. However, it'll need three shots at a distance. However, for the playstyle of this weapon, that difference is fairly minimal. To add on to that, the SMR has a two-headshot kill at all ranges, making the time to kill extremely consistent.

Handling of it is quite poor. Its hip-fire prowess is very lacking, due to the wide spread and low rate of fire. As well, this low rate of fire proves to be a strong liability in close quarters combat, as faster-firing weapons will easily dispatch of the user. The recoil per shot is also rather high. This, combined with the lower firecap, will strongly discourage players from using their trigger fingers with this weapon. The reload time is very slow; and due to the small 20 round magazine, this causes the gun to have extremely long amounts of down time.

Many players will prefer attachments that can boost their personal handling of the weapon. For an example, using Fast Mag or Extended Mags can be extremely beneficial to many. As well, the iron sights on this weapon are not pinpoint accurate for many players. As such, opticals are often a good choice when using this weapon, as at medium ranges, not being able to see the target clearly can be an Achillie's Heel to a long range weapon.

Overall, this weapon finds a great niche at medium range, as it can kill a player in two shots up to about 35 meters, which is an extremely long distance. Using this range to your advantage will allow many players to plow through their opponents, even from a distance away.

AttachmentsEdit

ZombiesEdit

The SMR appears in the Zombies game mode and can be acquired from the Mystery Box for 950 points and is semi-automatic. Compared to other weapons, particularly the FAL, the SMR can fall short due to its inaccuracy (the bullets spread even while aiming down the sights) and somewhat low damage. It also boasts a slow reload speed (coupled with a magazine capacity of 20) and slow firecap, although the latter is noticeable only for players with faster trigger-fingers.

When Pack-a-Punched, it becomes the SM1L3R. It has a 30-round magazine, 210 rounds in reserve, increased damage, and has a Hybrid Optic with a smiley face by default. Like all 2025 weapons, it can be Pack-a-Punched multiple times, to cycle through a target finder, an ACOG scope, and a Reflex sight. It is still semi-automatic, low damage, and suffers large recoil, as well as ammo capacity. Until round 19, three headshots are required to eliminate zombies, and accurate line-ups become more important, but the hindrance of the bullet spread still remains, making precision shots overall tricky and difficult. Because of these reasons, players usually avoid Pack-a-Punching the SMR, and usually trade the SMR off for a better weapon. 

GalleryEdit

For camouflage images, see SMR/Camouflage.
For attachments images, see SMR/Attachments.

TriviaEdit

  • The SM1L3R will always have a Hybrid Optic with a Smiley face (hence the name "SMILER") for both the Reflex Sight and the zoomed optics.
  • Just like all other semi-automatic and burst fire weapons, the SMR is automatic by default in the campaign, unlike its multiplayer and Zombies counterpart.
  • When aimed into an ACOG with the Grip attached, there is visual recoil 'bounce', but without the Grip attached, there is not.
  • An "SMI" logo can be seen when reloading.
  • Originally, the SMR did the second most damage at close range, second to the FAL OSW, now as of the more recent patches, the SMR does 59-49, thus, validating its in-game description.
  • The SMR is one of the four weapons where the gun is shifted to the left when reloading, the others being the AN-94QBB LSW and SVU-AS.
  • The SMR has a slower than average ADS time than other assault rifles, at 0.275s with the AR default 0.25s.
  • As of the second latest update, the SM1L3R is even more accurate when aimed down sight, having similar accuracy to that of the Mnesia.
  • As of the latest patch, a bug has existed that when the SM1L3R is first pulled out of the Pack-A-Punch Machine, it has one magazine and 390 spare rounds. However, upon grabbing a Max Ammo power-up, the SM1L3R only fills up to one magazine and 210 spare.

VideosEdit

BLACK OPS 2 FAL OSW vs SMR-103:45

BLACK OPS 2 FAL OSW vs SMR-1

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