Modern Combat 5: Blackout Edit
|ASIX‑338||Norbok‑38||Aresk‑07||Rod‑94||E24 SASR||IMP‑S||BSW 77||Dread Eye||Vice|
|Likely based on||Lee–Enfield|
|Damage||270 (Less than 55 tiles) - 120 (Further than 110 tiles)|
|Rate of fire||63 RPM|
|Magazine size||10 - 12 - 14|
|Starting ammo||19 magazines|
The BSW 77 is a bolt-action sniper rifle sporting slightly higher accuracy and base damage than IMP-S (albeit lacking the latter's unique explosive rounds). Along with the IMP-S, its damage is unparalleled within the sniper rifle category, capable of a one-shot kill any part of the body with higher-tier muzzles, making the BSW one of the deadliest weapons in the game for long-range combat. With the Hip Fire skill and crouching, the BSW can even repel close-range attackers effectively (particularly with a silencer for improved accuracy), however, missing a shot will prove to be troublesome. The BSW also has a large magazine capacity, making reloads a rare occurrence, and reloads are also fairly swift.
Overall, the BSW 77 is a very powerful rifle, excelling at eliminating enemies at a single shot and at engaging enemies at a long-range.
Following Update XXV, the hipfire of BSW 77 (along with other sniper rifles) was heavily nerfed to approximately 50% of the original capability. This greatly diminished the power of BSW 77 in close quarters combat, however the gun remains popular in higher-league gameplay.
- The BSW 77's appearance in its combat card lacks a scope. Also, when the player is killed by a user with the BSW, the scope is not found on the weapon during kill cam while they are running with it/walking with it. However, when the user scopes in with the BSW, the scope appears.
- There was a big change to the BSW's design after the forth update of Modern Combat 5. After the update, the BSW 77 now has a pistol grip and has its shoulder stock raised up to give it a more modern look.
- The BSW 77 seems to stand for "Ballistic Sniper Weapon 77"
- While seemingly based on the lee enfield, the BSW does have some resemblance to a M44 mosin-nagant carbine when viewed from certain oblique angles.