1 Day - 900 NX (BR)
7 Days - 3,400 NX
30 Days - 6,500 NX
90 Days - 11,900 NX
Permanent - 24,900 NX
|“||A step up from the M416, this rifle is the standard for Turkish armed forces. The addition of a rail system opens up a whole world of attachments for this weapon.||”|
|— Item Description|
This gun differs from its other popular variant, the M416 CQB, in many aspects. The M416N beats the CQB in damage by a single point. However, this rifle is also 4 points lower in portability and has recoil greater than the CQB by 2 points. The M416N also features a slightly faster reload rate. Because the accuracy and the rate of fire are the same between the M416N and the M416 CQB, the M416N is slightly more deadly at longer ranges due to its ACOG sight.
This weapon is slightly harder to use than the M416 CQB, but this gun is specifically tailored for those who can handle the M416's recoil and those who prefer an ACOG scope. For beginners, the CQB will be easier to use although this gun is still very noob-friendly.
- It was released on Combat Arms Europe's "Second Wind" Patch, but wasn't released in North America until the 24th.
- During its preview sale, the M416N was available from October 24th through the 30th for 20% off.
- In the game files, the weapon was called "HK416N". This is most likely due to the fact that the German firearms manufacturer Heckler and Koch makes the M416 in real life.
- The M416N has a pre-attached ACOG scope (not the TA1 and TA3), as it does not display Health and Ammo or Range (like the INSAS Rifle or the MP5SD6).
- The M416N has an integrated ACOG Scope that appears to be cosmetically identical to the ACOG TA3.
- The M416N, M14 SE and the G11 are the only NX Standard Assault Rifles to have an integrated ACOG scope. However, both the M14 SE and the G11 have ACOG scopes that are cosmetically different from the original TA1 and TA3 scopes.