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|M395 Designated Marksman Rifle|
Bullpup Marksman Rifle
|Damage Per Hit||
Medium to High
|Rate of Fire||
165 rounds/min (cyclic) [Notes 1]
~2,600 ft/s (792 m/s) 
Medium to Long
The M395 DMR is a gas-operated, magazine-fed, marksman rifle that maintains a smart-linked, telescopic, rail-mounted sight for scout personnel. This rifle favors from mid-range to long-range combat, offering impressive stopping power.
Changes from the M392 DMREdit
- Magazine size has been decreased from 15 to 14 rounds.
- Maximum ammunition has been increased from 60 to 84 rounds, with the Ammo Package.
- New reloading sound.
- New firing sound.
- The scope and ammo counter both appear lighter green.
- The ammo counter number appears in black instead of blue.
- A thumbhole stock has been added.
- A longer barrel has been added.
- A muzzle brake has been added.
- The flashlight has been removed from the barrel.
- The handle guard is now more curved.
- The ammo counter appears to be a part of the scope, unlike the M392 from Halo: Reach, where the ammo counter was integrated into the rifle.
- Its scope, like most Halo 4 weapons, has a square EOTech look to it.
- Like the BR85HB SR Battle Rifle, the DMR is capable of killing an opponent with five shots if the last round is a headshot.
- 343 Industries has stated that balancing the DMR with the BR was a challenge since there has not been more than one weapon belonging to the same faction per game.
- In an early version of Halo 4, the M395 DMR had 15 rounds per magazine, just like what the M392 DMR had from Halo: Reach. In the final game, it was decreased to 14 rounds for balancing reasons.
- In gameplay, the blueprint shows the M392 DMR, instead of the M395 DMR.
List of AppearancesEdit
- Halo 4 (First appearance)
- M392 Designated Marksman Rifle (Halo: Reach)
- BR55 Battle Rifle (Halo 2)
- BR55HB SR Battle Rifle (Halo 3)
- BR85HB SR Battle Rifle (Halo 4)
- ↑ Fire rate acquired by timing with a stopwatch to the nearest millisecond. Mathematics used: Number of rounds fired (N) divided by the time required to fire those rounds (T) multiplied by 60 = rounds per minute. Example: N / T * 60 = RPM