Gunsmith

Gunsmith. Part 15 – Escape From Tarkov Guide

Mechanic puts us up to the task. He wants us to modify M1A that can shoot over long distances. The fan-favorite M1A that has been dominating for multiple patches before, is needed by Sniper, the same guy that we built the DVL-10 for. Without further ado, let’s take a look at the quest dialogue.

Gunsmith. Part 15 Description

This one is for Sniper, it seems he’s about to set out to the woods somewhere to hunt down the villains for a week. Judging from the fact that he packed one hell of a backpack with MRE, flintstone, batteries, and water. Left it at my place for now. He needs an M1A, fitted with Ultimak M8 mount, Nightforce 7-35-56 scope, T1 reflex sight, HOLOsun tactical device. Ergonomics above 20, recoil sum below 400 and a total weight of 7.3 kg or less.

Objectives

  • Modify M1A to comply with the required specification

Awards

  • +22,600 XP
  • +0,05 reputation with Mechanic
  • 812 Euros with Intelligence Center level 3
  • Springfield Armory M1A 7.62×51 SASS

Items Needed to Purchase

  • M1A from Peacekeeper LL3.
Trader Item Price
Mechanic LL3 M14 Ultimak M8 upper part Barter (x3 Printed Circuit Board)
Mechanic LL3 M1A Archangel 27,846 Roubles
Mechanic LL3 22″ barrel for M1A 7.62×51 NATO 27,392 Roubles
Mechanic LL3 M14 UTG 4 point locking deluxe mount 10,989 Roubles
Skier LL3 Holosun LS321 Tactical Device 18,014 Roubles
Peacekeeper LL1 Aimpoint mount for the sights of Micro series. $24
Peacekeeper LL1 Aimpoint micro T-1 reflex sight $179
Mechanic LL3 Compensator 2A “X3” 7.62×51 for AR-10 8,756 Roubles
Jaeger LL2  34mm one piece magmount made by I-E-A Mil Optics 8,925 Roubles
Jaeger Nightforce ATACR 7-35×56 riflescope 92,187 Roubles

NOTE: The image below shows all of the modifications. It looks funny because of the scope overlap, but it does the job for a lower cost. Updated with 0.12.9.

This quest is available after completing Gunsmith. Part 14, and it’s a requirement to unlock Gunsmith. Part 16.

Angel Kicevski

Angel Kicevski started playing video games a long time ago. He started playing competitively since the Counter-Strike 1.3 era. Shortly after the competitive CS era, he managed to find the gaming industry amusing and started working on FGR. His mission is to bring gaming news and make guides for those who need them in the best possible way. He also considers himself an Escape From Tarkov addict.

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