The Enforcer is a Prestige assault rifle in Modern Combat 5: Blackout. It was added in the November 2016 update.

Modern Combat 5: Blackout Edit

Compakt‑665   Charbtek‑28   UFIA PSD‑2   KR‑200   Red‑34   KOG V   PR39   Enforcer   Grinder    
The Enforcer is the pinnacle of mid-range warfare. In addition to its deadly spray of bullets, it enables users to launch grenades further and faster than ever before.
—Official weapon description
TypeAssault Rifle
Likely based onDesert Tech MDR (with grenade launcher)
56~ (Flash Hider)
36~ (PT7 Silencer)
Rate of fire450 RPM
AccuracyLow - medium
MobilityMedium - high
Magazine size30 - 33 - 35
Starting ammo9 magazines
Reloading1.5 seconds~
Fire modeAutomatic
TierT8 Prestige
Unlocked25 Blueprints

The Enforcer is the Prestige weapon of the Assault class, featuring the second-highest damage rating of all assault rifles (eclipsed only by the Grinder) as well as an impressive rate of fire, the 3rd-highest in its class; like other Prestige weapons, it also has maximum armor penetration. However, it has the lowest range statistic of all assault rifles, and cannot equip a grip to improve accuracy, making it more ideal for close-mid range combat than for long range engagements. Its mobility is also slightly lower than that of the KOG V or PR39

The Enforcer has a potential 2-shot kill range of about 3 meters from an opponent. A range of about 3-7 meters from an opponent is where the Enforcer has an advantage over the PR39, due to its maximum armor penetration. The Enforcer's quick reload time gives it another advantage over the PR39, due to the latter's notoriously slow reload. Due to the low accuracy rating of the Enforcer, however, the number of shots needed to kill and opponent significantly increases against opponents 10 or more meters away.

With the Flash Hider muzzle attachment, the Enforcer deals about 56 damage per shot, enough to kill an opponent at full health in 2 shots regardless of their armor's Bullet Protection statistic.

Overall, the Enforcer is a rather unique weapon, and is less popular with some players than the KOG V, PR39, and the Grinder due to its difficult hip-fire and mediocre accuracy at ranges; the weapon's performance lends it toward being optimal when fired in controlled bursts without sparing bullets (handling akin to the KR-15) rather than precision accuracy.

Special mechanicEdit

In addition, the Enforcer comes with a unique in-built grenade launcher. Pressing the grenade-throw button with the Enforcer equipped causes the weapon to launch a grenade much further and faster than the player can throw at, and with less delay between grenade reloads. The grenade type launched will be the same as whichever type the player has equipped, and the launcher is compatible with all grenade types (including Sticky Mines).

One downside to using the launcher is that it does not allow the player to "cook" their grenades before firing, and therefore requires great timing to be effective when paired with grenades such as frag, nail, or concussion grenades (which do not explode on impact). Pairing it with impact, flash, or chaff grenades can be easier to use (as they explode on impact), and paring it with an Armor Core such as Toxic Area or Snowflake, can turn the launcher into a very effective area denial option.

Pros and Cons Edit

  • Very high damage
  • Maximum armor penetration
  • High rate of fire
  • Quick reload
  • Very fast time-to-kill
  • One of the most powerful weapons in close-quarters combat
  • Comes with attached grenade launcher
  • Bad hip-fire spread (making weapon very unreliable without ADSing)
  • Below-average accuracy and cannot equip a grip
  • High recoil
  • Lower-than-average mobility
  • Less effective at long-range combat
  • Surpassed statistically by the Grinder in most areas

See also Edit

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