- For a similarly named attachment, see Sniper Scope.
Call of Duty: Black Ops (Nintendo DS)Edit
The scope is an attachment available for select assault rifles, semi-auto rifles, bolt-action rifles, and sniper rifles. For sniper rifles, the scope comes already attached to the weapon, just like in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and Call of Duty: Black Ops. The exact performance of the scope depends on the weapon class and type.
For assault rifles, the scope's size and functions are similar to an ACOG Scope, more specifically, the Modern Warfare 2 version. However, the increase in zoom is less than that of an ACOG, though still noticeably more than iron sights. For semiautomatic or bolt-action rifles, the scope is as large as a full sized sniper scope, with the same zoom and reticle as well, practically converting them into sniper rifles but more effective, as the M1891/59 has more power with the same rate fo fire, and the M14 less power, but much higher rate of fire, less recoil and has the same hipfire accuracy, allowing for much better CQC engagements.
- M16A1 (ACOG variant)
- AK-47 (ACOG variant)
- M14 (Sniper variant)
- M1891/59 (Sniper variant)
- M40 (Non-removable)
- Dragunov (Non-removable)
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3: DefianceEdit
The Scope returns in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3: Defiance, this time more frequent. Certain weapons that are scoped are used frequently than other scoped weapons respectively, e.g. the scoped AK-47 is seen more frequently than the AUG A3. Also, enemies in the campaign that are using the scoped AK-47 always seem to go for headshots, no matter what range.
- M4A1 (Unique ACOG variant)
- AK-47 (Regular ACOG variant)
- M14 (Regular ACOG variant with a blue tint)
- AUG A3 (Swarovski Scope, non-removable)
- M40A3 (Regular sniper scope, non-removable)
- Dragunov (Regular sniper scope, non-removable)
- RPG-7 (Unique RPG scope)
- Weapons using this attachment are denoted by "Scoped" or "SC" following the gun's name.