Gunsmith. Part 5 – Escape From Tarkov Guide

Now that we have the M4 quest completed, it’s time to move on and look at the Gunsmith. Part 5’s upcoming task. Mechanic’s Gunsmith. Part 5 requires us to modify the renowned Russian Sniper Rifle, DVL-10. Without further ado, let’s take a look at what Mechanic instructs us to do.

Gunsmith. Part 5 Description

I’ve said too much last time. It happens when I’m alone with my thoughts for a while. A lot of stuff slips through the head while I sit here calibrating the sights. That M4 turned out splendid, got taken off my hands in a moment. A bear dropped by recently, goes by the name of Sniper or something. He needs a sniper rifle Lobaev Saboteur, with a scope and multi-laser device. With recoil less than 400, ergonomics above 40, and weight below 6.3 kg. He said it needs to be a 2000m shot. The guy is serious, so do your best to make a solid build.

Initial Equipment

    • DVL-10 from Skier LL4 or FLEA Market. At the moment the price on the FLEA Market varies from 60,000 to 80,000 Roubles.


  • Modify DVL-10 to comply with the required specification


  • +13,900 XP
  • +0,06 reputation with Mechanic
  • 233,900 Roubles (Reward increased with higher intelligent center)

Items Needed to Purchase

Trader Item Price
Mechanic LL2 or Jaeger LL2 34mm one piece magmount made by I-E-A Mil Optics Mechanic is Barter for DVD, Jaeger costs 8,925 Roubles
Jaeger LL4 Nightforce ATACR 7-35×56 riflescope 92,1187 Roubles
Skier LL1 NcSTAR Tactical blue laser LAM-Module 5,658 Roubles

NOTE: The image below shows all of the modifications. Make sure you remove the magazine before you turn in the weapon. Updated with 0.12.12.

This quest is available after completing Gunsmith. Part 4, and it’s a requirement to unlock Gunsmith. Part 6.

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