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- SG/MY description
The Kiss of the Snake
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23% (10.5 kg)
5 / 50
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The Barrett M95 (Barrett Model 1995) is a bullpup-style, bolt-action, anti-material sniper rifle which is fed with 5 rounds of .50 BMG caliber for each mag. It is extremely powerful and good for destroying Titan, Heavy Titan, Osprey and Comanche in Human Scenario. However, it is very heavy, has low magazine size and expensive ammo cost. M95 costs $5000 in-game and takes 4.0 seconds to reload. Its ammo type allows to give quite high damage to zombies too.
- Massive damage to Human, Zombies and Bosses
- Very high accurate when scoping
- Very accurate, even when not scoped
- Instant kill to human, except leg
- Penetrate multiple walls, Human and Zombies (Up to 5 objects)
- Can undergo Weapon Enhancement
- High reserved ammo
- High knockback and stun power to zombies
- Low magazine capacity
- Heavy weight
- Long reload time
- Lower rate of fire compared to other bolt-action Sniper rifles, but this can be fixed by quickly switch to another weapon, and then switch again
- Expensive price and ammunition cost
- This weapon has the longest reload time of all bolt-action Sniper rifles
- Taiwan/Hong Kong: Resold M95 origin and X-mas edition on December 17, 2013 (50% sale off for X-mas edition if player owned original weapon).
- Japan: Released alongside Mosque map on October 13, 2010.
- Singapore/Malaysia: Released alongside Hellfire map on April 25, 2012.
- Indonesia: Released alongside Angel City map on May 8, 2013.
- Turkey: Released alongside Camouflage and Roof on 8 January 2014.
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- M95 does higher damage than AWP.
- M95's cost is the same as G3 SG/1.
- In the hands of a skilled player, the M95 can be very useful.
- M95 can be a proper replacement to AWP and TRG-42.
- Finish a player with secondary weapons if M95's bullet hit the enemy but still alive.
- M95 is very accurate. No-scope shots can be performed while standing still/crouching. Use it when your enemy is in middle/close range.
- Note that M95 has low clip size, make sure your shots count.
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- Be careful when buying M95's ammo in any Scenario modes, because it can burn out all your money easily if you don't pay attention.
- A skilled player can use this weapon in Zombie Scenario.
- Not recommended for dealing bosses due it's heavy weight, low rate of fire, low magazine capacity and has an expensive costs.
- Using this weapon against the boss in Zombie Scenario can deal damage about 2000-13000 from 5 bullets.
- You don't need to scope when dealing with bosses. just aim straight to him and use quick-switch tactics often.
- M95 can kill a Titan with 3 shots to the body, and with just only 1 shot to his unarmored neck.
- M95 does very high damage to helicopters and enemy forces in Human Scenario.
- You don't need to scope when dealing with bosses in Human Scenario. just aim straight and use quick-switch tactics often.
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- Shoot zombies while they're in mid-air to knock them far away, except Heavy zombie and Deimos/Ganymede zombies.
- Use it in ducts if you have teammate backup for your for maximum performance.
- Use it to backup your teammates.
- Use it in wide areas/high places if your aiming skills are good.
- Use it on common/newly infected zombies, as they're weak and easy to kill.
- Make sure you have a good secondary weapon with high clip size.
- In Zombie Mods, 5 rounds of M95 can do 1000 ~ 5000 damage to zombies.
- M95 can kill a regular zombie with about 10 shots in Zombie modes.
- Deadly Shot is not recommended when dealing with host zombies because they often have high HP, coupled with the M95's slow bolt action mechanism.
- Deadly Shot is recommended when dealing with most common/newly infected zombies to make quick kills, remember to use quick-switch tactics often because it has row rate of fire and Deadly Shot lasts for only 5 seconds.
- : Used by GIGN.
- David Black: David Black is seen carrying an M95 Christmas Edition in some promotion posters.
- M95 Christmas Edition: This variant is sold during certain Christmas event only.
- M95 Enhanced Editions: These variants can be obtained from upgrading the original or Christmas versions of M95 via Weapon Enhancement method.
Comparison to AWP
- Does higher damage (+300)
- More ammo reserved (+20)
- Can undergo Weapon Enhancement
- More expensive (+$250)
- Higher recoil (×2)
- Lower rate of fire (-2%)
- Heavier (+5%)
- Lower clip size (-5)
- Longer reload time (+1.0 seconds)
CSO Barrett M95(02:50)
Pulling the bolt
- The M95 is heavy and also has high recoil. It is harder to be handled if compared to other bolt-action sniper rifles such as AWP and TRG-42.
- In game with enhancement, it can hold up to 10 rounds.
- The reload animation of this weapon is wrong, the user must pull the bolt before inserting the new magazine.
- The words Henry Stoner can be seen on the Expert edition M95.
- M95 at Wikipedia.