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"You can never have too much of a good thing: after all, if the first shot counts, then the next hundred or so must count for double."
Weapon Workshop and Social Club description.

The Combat MG Mk II is a weapon that appears in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Gunrunning update.


Grand Theft Auto Online

The weapon is the Mark II version of the Combat MG. It appears to combine aspects from both the Mark 48 and the M60E4 (also known as Mark 43). The receiver and trigger assembly are similar to that of the Mk 48, while the barrel assembly are similar to those of the Mk 43, particularly the front sight mounted over the barrel muzzle. The handguard appears to be loosely based on that of the L86 LSW, except that it encloses the barrel assembly and features a lower picatinny rail. Like the Mk 48, the Combat MG Mk II features a small heat shield with a small rail on top. Rather than a solid stock, the weapon employs a lightweight skeletal stock.


Grand Theft Auto Online

The Combat MG Mk II has a slightly better damage than the Combat MG (47 instead of 45), and such, it can be a devastating weapon against enemies and unarmored vehicles due to its fire rate and capacity.

When applying any specialized ammo, its magazine size is reduced to 80 rounds.

With the heavy barrel applied, long-range damage falls to 50% of point blank damage (as for other Mk II weapons) instead of 30% for most weapons.

GTA Online Overview

Weapon Statistics - Grand Theft Auto V
(per shot) [?]
Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft)
Ammo Specifications/
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed [?]
23.5 (37.6)


0.108 120 / 394 100 N/A N/A
In-game Statements / Markings
N/A 555 RPM Cannot be determined 80-round box magazine (Specialized ammo)

100-round box magazine (Standard/Tracer ammo)
200-round box magazine (Extended Clip)

Charging handle 2.90 seconds
Rockstar Games Social Club [?]
Fire Rate/Speed
Clip Size


Grand Theft Auto Online

Rounds & magazine GTA Online (Unlock)
Rounds (200) $277
Default Clip (100 rounds) Default
Extended Clip (200 rounds)
(Extended capacity for regular ammo.)
Tracer Rounds (100 rounds)
(Bullets with bright visible markers that match the tint of the gun.)
Incendiary Rounds (80 rounds)
(Bullets which include a chance to set targets on fire when shot.)
$64,650 (Research required)
Armor Piercing Rounds (80 rounds)
(Increased penetration of Body Armor.)
$82,550 (Research required)
Full Metal Jacket Rounds (80 rounds)
(Increased damage to vehicles. Also penetrates bullet resistant and bulletproof vehicle glass.)
$94,950 (Research required)
No Grip Attachment Default
(Improves weapon accuracy.)
No Scope Default
Holographic Sight
(Accurate sight for close quarters combat.)
$26,600 (Research required)
Medium Scope
(Medium-range zoom functionality.)
Large Scope
(Extended-range zoom functionality.)
No Muzzle Attachment Default
Flat Muzzle Brake
(Reduces recoil during rapid fire.)
Tactical Muzzle Brake
(Reduces recoil during rapid fire.)
Fat-End Muzzle Brake
(Reduces recoil during rapid fire.)
Precision Muzzle Brake
(Reduces recoil during rapid fire.)
Heavy Duty Muzzle Brake
(Reduces recoil during rapid fire.)
Slanted Muzzle Brake
(Reduces recoil during rapid fire.)
Split-End Muzzle Brake
(Reduces recoil during rapid fire.)
No Barrel Attachment Default
Heavy Barrel
(Increases damage dealt to long-range targets.)
$66,500 (Research required)
No Livery Default
Digital Camo $40,000
Brushstroke Camo $43,500
(Research required)
Woodland Camo $45,000
Skull $49,750
(Research required)
Sessanta Nove $75,000
(Research required)
Perseus $57,500
(Research required)
Leopard $51,500
(Research required)
Zebra $53,750
(Research required)
Geometric $55,000
(Research required)
Boom $60,000
(Research required)
Patriotic $100,000
(Released as part of the Independence Day Special event)
Livery Color
Livery Colors
  • Gray
  • Dark Gray
  • Black
  • White
  • Blue
  • Cyan
  • Aqua
  • Cool Blue
  • Dark Blue
  • Royal Blue
  • Plum
  • Dark Purple
  • Purple
  • Red
  • Wine Red
  • Magenta
  • Pink
  • Salmon
  • Hot Pink
  • Rust Orange
  • Brown
  • Earth
  • Orange
  • Light Orange
  • Dark Yellow
  • Yellow
  • Light Brown
  • Lime Green
  • Olive
  • Moss
  • Turquoise
  • Dark Green
Classic Black $20,000
Classic Gray $20,000
Classic Two-Tone $30,000
Classic White $30,000
Classic Beige $30,000
Classic Green $30,000
Classic Blue $30,000
Classic Earth $35,000
Classic Brown & Black $35,000
Red Contrast $40,000
Blue Contrast $40,000
Yellow Contrast $40,000
Orange Contrast $40,000
Bold Pink $75,000
Bold Purple & Yellow $60,000
Bold Orange $60,000
Bold Green & Purple $60,000
Bold Red Features $50,000
Bold Green Features $50,000
Bold Cyan Features $50,000
Bold Yellow Features $50,000
Bold Red & White $45,000
Bold Blue & White $45,000
Metallic Gold $100,000
(Complete all weapon challenges in Tier 1)
Metallic Platinum $100,000
(Complete all weapon challenges in Tier 1)
Metallic Gray & Lilac $80,000
Metallic Purple & Lime $80,000
Metallic Red $75,000
Metallic Green $75,000
Metallic Blue $75,000
Metallic White & Aqua $90,000
Metallic Red & Yellow $90,000
(Revert back to the Combat MG)

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  • Like the standard version, under the belt feed tray of the weapon there is an adaptor for STANAG box magazines, which in reality is available to the original M249, but not to the Mk 48 or even the M60E4.

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