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For the lighter variant, see SCAR-L


The SOF Combat Assault Rifle-Heavy, or SCAR-H, is a modular, modern battle rifle made by FN Herstal. The SCAR-H differs from the SCAR-L in that it is classified as an adaptive battle rifle rather than an assault rifle, and utilizes a smaller, 20-round box magazine over the lighter version's 30 round STANAG, as well as the larger 7.62x51mm cartridge, and longer barrel.

Battlefield 2Edit

Unlocked at Unlocked at start
Damage 34
Magazine size 30 rounds
Reload time 4.4 seconds
Rate of fire 600 RPM
Recoil • 0.3-0.5 (hip)

• 0.7 (zoomed)

Spread zoomed 0.387 (Min)
0.4257 (Prone)
0.4644 (Crouch)
0.5031 (Stand)
Spread unzoomed 0.473 (Prone)
0.516 (Crouch)
0.559 (Stand)
Spread increase per bullet 2
Firemodes • Semi-Automatic

• Fully Automatic

Faction US Navy SEALs InsigniaUnited States Navy SEALs
Kit Assault.Icon.BF2 Assault
"US SOCOM commissioned the SCAR for use by the US Special Forces. SCAR-H-CQC is a close quarters combat variant. The "H" signifies that this variant carries the larger 7.62 mm rounds."
— In-game description

The SCAR-H is a weapon featured in Battlefield 2: Special Forces as the standard weapon for the United States Navy SEALs Assault Kit. The SCAR-H has higher damage stats than any of its opposition counterparts, as well as the similar SCAR-L but suffers in accuracy, with inferior spread stats.

Battlefield 3Edit

SCAR-H Battlelog Icon
Unlocked at 14,000 Engineer score
Damage 30 - 20
Suppression 10.0%
Magazine size 20 + 1 rounds
Ammunition 7.62x51mm NATO
Starting ammunition 105 + 21 rounds
Maximum ammunition 294 + 21 rounds (SP)
168 + 21 rounds (MP)
Reload time 2.1 seconds loaded
2.75 seconds empty
Rate of fire 600 RPM
Velocity 420m/s
Maximum range 630m
Recoil 0.5 up
0.2 left
0.2 right
First shot recoil multiplier 1.35x
Recoil descrease per second 13
Spread zoomed 0.3 (static) 1.2 (moving)
Spread unzoomed Standing: 2.5 (static) 3.0 (moving) Crouching: 2.0 (static) 2.5 (moving) Prone: 1.5 (static) 2.5 (moving)
Spread increase per bullet 0.12
Spread decrease per second 15.0
Firemodes Full-automatic
Faction Flag of the United States United States Marine Corps(SP and MP)
Flag of Russia Russian Ground Forces(MP)
Kit BF3 Engineer Icon Engineer
Dogtag(s) Proficiency:


Source of statistics Retrieved Sept. 17th
HUD icon BF3 SCAR-H Icon
Inventory slot Main weapon
Unlocks Reflex (10 kills)
Laser Sight (20 kills)
Foregrip (30 kills)
Tactical Light (40 kills)
Holographic (50 kills)
Suppressor (60 kills)
ACOG (70 kills)
Heavy Barrel (80 kills)
Bipod (90 kills)
IRNV (100 kills)
Rifle Scope (125 kills)
M145 MGO (150 kills)
Flash Suppressor (175 kills)
Kobra (200 kills)
PKA-S (235 kills)
PSO-1 (270 kills)
PKS-07 (300 kills)
PK-A (350 kills)
BF3 SCAR-H09:01


"Developed for the US SOCOM the SCAR is a modular series of weapons available in multiple interchangeable calibers, barrel lengths, and configurations. This particular model has been configured as a SCAR-H CQB with a shortened barrel and chambered for the hard hitting 7.62mm NATO round. This gives the SCAR-H a greater range than typical Carbines at the expense of some serious recoil."
— Battlelog description

The SCAR-H is a weapon featured in Battlefield 3.


The SCAR-H is one of the player's starting weapons for the first half of Operation Guillotine. It is also found in the mission Kaffarov equipped by Amir Kaffarov's security guards.


Classified as a carbine and issued to the Engineer kit, the SCAR-H is the third unlockable item. Overall, the SCAR-H is a high-damage, slow firing battle rifle that is more suited to long range combat than the other carbines.

When stationary and aiming down the sight, it is more accurate than all carbines except the M4 and the ACW-R. The SCAR-H deals a high 30 damage at point-blank range and trails down to 20 damage at 50 meters, which is higher than most assault rifles and carbines.

It does however (unlike other .308 weapons) mean that the SCAR-H still requires 4 shots to torso at close range in order to kill. However, unlike most other assault rifles and carbines, the 4-shot kill capability is kept for a significantly longer distance, and at longer ranges, it will still kill with 1 less shot than assault rifles and 3 less than a standard carbine.

As such, it performs exceptionally well on larger maps where engagements beyond 60 meters are common, and where standard carbines prove too low-powered and inaccurate. It's role as long range carbine is further emphasized by the fact that it has hipfire accuracy comparable to standard assault rifles.

Players can further optimize the SCAR-H for long range engagements by equipping a heavy barrel, a bipod and 3.4 or 4x zoom scope, although the SCAR-H still suffers from the standard carbine weakness of lower muzzle velocity than other class weapons.

Foregrip is less beneficial on the SCAR-H as it's horizontal recoil is comparatively low to that of other carbines (like the G3A3, the vertical recoil is a substantially more influential factor) as well as the decrease in accuracy can prove detrimental at longer ranges which is where the SCAR-H performs best.

Compared with its long barreled, light caliber version, the SCAR-L, they both favor medium to long range combat. However, the SCAR-H has a much higher recoil, lower magazine size and fire rate. While the SCAR-L has near-zero recoil, the SCAR-H has very strong vertical recoil, up to the point where the player must burst- or single-fire to counter the recoil.

The SCAR-H also holds only 20+1 rounds in its magazine, as opposed to the SCAR-L. which has 30+1 rounds in its magazine, though the small magazine is effectively countered by its high damage. The SCAR-H fires at 600RPM while the SCAR-L fires slightly faster, at 620RPM.

Battlefield Premium members can earn a carbon-fiber Engineer dogtag by completing the Wrench Wielder assignment. They can also equip the Desert Stripe or Berkut Camo for the SCAR-H by completing the SCAR-H Specialist assignment.

Battlefield 4Edit

In Battlefield 4, two variants of the SCAR-H make an appearance in-game: the standard variant, and the long-barreled SCAR-H SV (Sniper Variant). The former makes an appearance as an assault rifle available for the Assault kit, while the latter is an all-kit designated marksman rifle.


Bf4 scarh
Unlocked at 4,000 assault rifle score
Damage 33-24
Magazine size 20+1 rounds
Ammunition 7.62x51mm NATO
Starting ammunition 84+21 rounds
Maximum ammunition 84+21 rounds (SP)
126+21 rounds (MP, with AMMO specialization)
Reload time 1.9 seconds (loaded)
2.4 seconds (empty)
Rate of fire 620 rpm
Velocity 410 m/s
300 m/s (suppressed)
Range 7.62 AR range
Maximum range 615 m
Recoil 0.5 up
0.2 left
0.2 right
First shot recoil multiplier 1.6x
Recoil descrease per second 12
Spread zoomed 0.2 (static)
1.0 (moving)
Spread increase per bullet 0.12
Spread decrease per second 15
Firemodes Fully-automatic
Kit BF4 Assault Icon Assault
Dogtag(s) Master Dog Tag: BF4 SCAR-H Master Dog Tag
Source of statistics Symthic
Inventory slot Primary weapon
Unlocks Reflex (RDS) (10 kills)
Laser sight (20 kills)
Ergo Grip (30 kills)
Muzzle Brake (40 kills)
ACOG (4x) (50 kills)
Canted Ironsights (60 kills)
Angled Grip (70 kills)
Heavy Barrel (80 kills)
M145 (3.4x) (90 kills)
Flash Light (100 kills)
Bipod (110 kills)
Compensator (120 kills)
Holo (1x) (130 kills)
Magnifier (2x) (140 kills)
Stubby Grip (150 kills)
Suppressor (160 kills)

The SCAR-H is an assault rifle featured in Battlefield 4.


The SCAR-H is Recker's second (chronologically first) weapon acquired in the campaign. In all missions except Baku, Shanghai, South China Sea, and Kunlun Mountains, Recker always starts with the SCAR-H and the MP-412 REX.

He first starts with it after the initial introduction in Baku, empty and out of reserve ammunition. He can later select it out of weapon crates whenever they are available. Its attachments are the Holographic Sight, Laser Sight, Muzzle Brake, and Angled Grip and has no camouflage equipped.


The SCAR-H is the second unlockable assault rifle for the Assault class at 4,000 assault rifle score. It offers relatively high power and fair accuracy, but at the cost of magazine size, automatic stability, and rate of fire.

It unlocks the American attachments through kills and the Chinese and Russian attachments through battlepacks. When first unlocked, the SCAR-H features iron sights which are similar to those of the SCAR-H or MTAR-21's in Battlefield 3 . However, the iron sights are intrusive, and allow little scope outside of the peep hole of the rear sight aperture. This can obfuscate the user's field of view, which can in turn make it difficult to acquire targets.

The SCAR-H stands in the middle between assault rifles and DMRs. With a medium-range optic, it can offer fair distance. However, speaking generally, the SCAR-H tends to be outclassed at close range by most other weapons, and at extreme distances by dedicated marksman rifles and sniper rifles. Its low magazine count and rate of fire makes shot placement crucial, and it tends to run out of ammunition quickly in comparison to the other assault rifles.



Bf4 scarhsv
Damage 45-38
Magazine size 20+1 rounds
Ammunition 7.62x51mm NATO
Maximum ammunition 63+21 rounds (SP)
Reload time 1.85 seconds (loaded)
2.3 seconds (empty)
Rate of fire 260 rpm
Velocity 620 m/s
350 m/s (suppressed)
Range DMR range
Recoil 0.5 up
-0.1 left
0.3 right
First shot recoil multiplier 2x
Recoil descrease per second 6
Spread zoomed 0.05 (static)
1 (moving)
Spread unzoomed 3 hip, 2.5 crouch, 2 prone (static)
4 hip, 3.5 crouch, 3 prone (moving)
Spread increase per bullet 0.3
Spread decrease per second 15
Firemodes Semi-automatic
Kit All kits
Inventory slot Primary weapon

The SCAR-H SV appears in Battlefield 4 as a Designated Marksman Rifle (DMR) and shoots semi-automatic only.


The SCAR-H SV is found as a collectible on the scaffolding in Singapore, underneath the overpass. It comes equipped with an ACOG along with a Flash Hider and Bipod. It sports an Atomic Woodland finish.


The SCAR-H SV has similar stats to the ACE 53 SV, except for ammo capacity and reload speed. The SCAR-H SV is able to land more accurate shots than ACE 53 SV, as well as lower first shot recoil. However, the ACE 53 SV has one advantage over the SCAR-H SV of lower spread increase per shot.

The SCAR-H SV is almost statistically identical to the Mk11 Mod 0, with faster empty reload and less tendency to drift right, while the Mk11 Mod 0 has faster velocity and longer maximum range than the SCAR-H SV.

Battlefield HardlineEdit

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Magazine size 20 + 1 Rounds
Rate of fire 625 rpm
Firemodes Automatic


Faction Law Enforcement Law Enforcement
Kit Enforcer
"This modular battle rifle firing 7.62 NATO is set up in the Close Quarters Combat variation. In the right hands, the SCAR-H is effective from close all the way out to far range."
— In-game description

The SCAR-H appears in Battlefield Hardline as a purchasable Battle Rifle for the Law Enforcement Enforcer kit[1] . Similar its past iterations, the SCAR-H is in a CQC configuration with a shortened barrel, but now its stock is removed by default. A Stock can be reattached to reduce the weapon recoil.


Battlefield 3Edit

  • In Battlefield 3, the SCAR-H's proficiency dogtag shows a SCAR-L, identified by its curved magazine.

Battlefield 4Edit

  • The SCAR-H in Battlefield 4 is fitted with a standard length barrel, unlike the short-barreled variant seen in BF2 and BF3.
  • Battlefield 4 is the first game in the series to use the third-generation model of the SCAR-H instead of the first-generation model seen in the previous games.
  • The SCAR-H shares its reload animation with the AK 5C.
  • SCAR-H is one of only two assault rifle that uses 33-24 (7.62x51mm NATO) damage model, the only other that uses this damage model is Bulldog in Dragon's Teeth expansion. All other assault rifles use 24-18 (5.56x45mm NATO/5.45x39mm) damage model.


  1. Battlefield Hardline: ALL WEAPONS! - Uploaded December 3, 2014

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