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Call of Duty MW3 Longshot Guide: Battle Rifle Longshot Distance

The Battle Rifle is a class that you might not be aware of in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. For rifles, most tend to think of either the Assault Rifle or Marksman Rifle, two other classes in the game. What sets the Battle Rifle apart is the long-ranged focus when compared to the Assault Rifle. That power will surely help you if you’re attempting to get a longshot with a Battle Rifle.

So, what methods should you use to earn longshots with this class, and how far do they need to be? We’ve compiled everything you need to know about these weapons below. 

BR Longshot Distance in MW3

Call of Duty MW3 Battle Rifle Longshot Distance

The distance needed for a Battle Rifle kill to qualify for a longshot is 38 meters. This means that any kill past that point will count as a longshot kill. You won’t be able to kill from close with this gun, so you can choose to either shoot in automatic or semi-automatic. This is a bit long, but the sniper rifle longshot distance still dwarfs it.

MW3 Battle Rifle Longshot Methods & Tips

To earn longshots in MW3, there are a few standard rules of practice to follow. The most important is to customize your weapon. Naturally, the Battle Rifle has very high recoil and does not operate as smoothly as an Assault Rifle might. For this reason, you’ll want to stabilize the weapon alongside attaching a nice scope to seek out enemies across the map. 

Additionally, we recommend checking out the Ground War mode for the most consistent opportunities at getting longshots. The wide-open stretches of the map make for an easier time at nailing enemies from far away. Other modes like Search & Destroy can work for these kills, but you will not get as many consistent opportunities. If you’re not finding success on Team Deathmatch, you could also opt to try Hardcore since it only takes one to two bullets to kill enemy players.

Be sure to check out our aim assist settings guide for all the tips you need if you’re playing on console!