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Not to be confused with the 338-Recon

The SR338 in real life.

The F&D Defense 338 is a semi-automatic sniper rifle manufactured by F&D Defense. It is chambered for the .338 Lapua Magnum cartridge. It is based on the AR-15. It runs on a variable tuned gas pull system and has a maximum range of 1,500 yards (1371.6 metres). The srr338 is semi-automatic, but it is considered a Sniper Rifle and not a DMR or an EMR.

Battlefield 4Edit

BF4 SR338
Magazine size 10 + 1
Ammunition .338 Lapua Magnum
Rate of fire Semi-Automatic
Kit BF4 Recon Icon Recon
Dogtag(s) BF4 SR338 Master Dog Tag
Inventory slot Primary Weapon
Unlocks Variable Zoom (14x) (10 kills)
Bipod (20 kills)
ACOG (4x) (30 kills)
Canted Ironsights (40 kills)
Reflex (RDS) (50 kills)
Laser Sight (60 kills)
Suppressor (70 kills)
M145 (3.4x) (80 kills)
Flash Light (90 kills)
Muzzle Brake (100 kills)
Holo (1x) (110 kills)
Ballistic Scope (40x)(120 kills)
Range Finder (130 kills)

The SR338 is a semi-automatic Sniper Rifle introduced in the Battlefield 4: Naval Strike expansion. It is unlocked upon completion of the Always Deadly assignment.

Unlike the DMRs available to all classes, the SR338 is equipped by default with an 8x Rifle Scope, and can unlock other high-power scopes. The weapon is exclusive to the recon class.


  • DICE stated in a blog post that DMRs would not receive long range scopes due to balancing issues despite players wanting them to. The SR338 was added to the game soon after and appears to be DICE's way of giving a DMR long range scopes whilst still keeping it balanced.
  • Due to a bug, the SR338 third-person weapon model appears much smaller than normal. A similar issue affects the AR160.
  • The bolt animation occasionally fails to play during rapid-fire with the SR338.

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