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"Far away, yet always intimate: if you're looking for a secure foundation for that long-distance relationship, this is it."
―Weapons Workshop description.

The Vom Feuer Heavy Sniper Mk II is a weapon that appears in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Gunrunning update.

Design

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The weapon is the Mark II version of the Heavy Sniper. It seems to be strongly based on the Serbu BFG-50A, but with a longer top rail, cheek rest and free-floating handguard barely reminiscent of the Barrett XM500 and a straighter magazine similar to the DSR-50. Given the proportions, it appears to have a CQB (short barrel) configuration.

Performance

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The Heavy Sniper Mk II has better damage than the Heavy Sniper (230 instead of 216). This can be further upgraded with its semi-unique Explosive ammo, giving it a destructive firepower against unarmored vehicles. A single shot can destroy these instantly depending on the type.

Despite having the same damage multiplier against other players (x1.39) as the regular Heavy Sniper, one shot with regular ammo in the chest is still not enough to kill a high level player at full health. The thermal scope, despite having a lesser zoom level than the advanced scope, allows spotting players from further away than it would be possible to see them, increasing the effective range of the weapon without the need of guessing where enemies might be.

When applying any specialized or explosive ammo, its magazine size will be reduced to 4 rounds. Alongside the Marksman Rifle, this sniper rifle can be fitted with an extended magazine, increasing it to 8 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.

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Weapon Statistics - Grand Theft Auto V
Damage
(per shot) [?]
Fire Rate [?] Range
(m / ft)
Ammo Specifications/
Capacity
Reload Mechanism Reload Speed [?]
Weapons.meta
57.5

172.5
230
319.7

1.2 1500 / 4921 6 N/A N/A
In-game Statements / Markings
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Observed
N/A 50 RPM Cannot be determined 4-round standard magazine (Specialized ammo)

6-round standard magazine (Standard ammo)
8-round standard magazine (Extended Clip)

Charging handle 2.31 seconds
Rockstar Games Social Club [?]
HeavySniperMKII-GTAO-RSCStats
Damage
100%
Fire Rate/Speed
20%
Accuracy
90%
Range
100%
Clip Size
5%

Customizations

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Requiring improvement: Remaining prices.
Rounds & magazine GTA Online (Unlock)
Rounds (24) $42
Default Clip (6 rounds) Default
Extended Clip (8 rounds)
(Extended capacity for regular ammo.)
$35,025
Incendiary Rounds (4 rounds)
(Bullets which include a chance to set targets on fire when shot.)
$59,275 (Research required)
Armor Piercing Rounds (4 rounds)
(Increased penetration of Body Armor.)
$76,100 (Research required)
Full Metal Jacket Rounds (4 rounds)
(Increased damage to vehicles. Also penetrates bullet resistant and bulletproof vehicle glass.)
$88,525 (Research required)
Explosive Rounds (4 rounds)
(Bullets which explode on impact.)
$115,450 (Research required)
Scopes
Zoom Scope Default
Advanced Scope $?
Night Vision Scope (allows to see targets in dark areas) $?
Thermal Scope (allows to see targets through a thermal view) $69,000
Muzzles
No Muzzle Attachment Default
Suppressor
(Reduces noise and muzzle flash.)
$40,250
Squared Muzzle Brake
(Reduces recoil when firing.)
$45,010
Bell-End Muzzle Brake
(Reduces recoil when firing.)
$57,790
Barrels
No Barrel Attachment Default
Heavy Barrel
(Increases damage dealt to long-range targets.)
$69,825 (Research required)
Livery
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
$5,000
Tints
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
Revert
(Revert back to the Heavy Sniper)
$?

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In-game

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Avoiding the Explosive Rounds

Unlike the Homing Launcher, the Heavy Sniper Mk II fitted with explosive rounds is the most dangerous weapon that the player could easily be killed with 1 shot on foot or 2 shots if they entered an aircraft or armored vehicle. To avoid getting shot by explosives:

  • Quickly go into passive mode in any cases of being shot such as entering the vehicle or aircraft.
  • Use BST and Body Armor, though they will still be killed by direct hit with one bullet.
    • However, this is no longer a case as the explosive round now deals half damage to players and NPCs.
  • Enter any armoured vehicles like the Insurgent or the APC that can withstand damage from explosives.
  • Bailing out of the vehicle could still be risky whether the shooter hits or misses the vehicle.
  • Fly above higher altitude or behind the building to avoid detection by players.
  • Fly further distance away from the shooter which makes it more difficult to take you down without losing their ammo.

Locations

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Trivia

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  • The explosive rounds may be an allusion to the Barrett XM109, a prototype variant of the M107 chambered for 25×59mm grenade rounds, capable of defeating light armor.
  • The Heavy Sniper Mk II is so far and currently the most expensive weapon in GTA Online (not including the Railgun) with other expensive attachments.
    • The explosive rounds is the most expensive attachment and ammo refill in the game.
  • Prior to 1.41 update, the Heavy Sniper Mk II had a glitch where the scope would sway if zoomed in while standing on a yacht. In the update, this has been fixed where the scope can no longer sway while standing on a yacht, making it match with other sniper rifles.

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