The M110 SASS (Semi Automatic Sniper System) is an American semi-auto Sniper Rifle and Designated Marksman Rifle manufactured by Knight's Armament Company. The M110 is an improved version of the United States Marine Corps' Mk 11 Mod 0 based off suggestions from special forces units, utilizing the URX rail system, a length adjustable fixed buttstock, and additional flash hider.
It is intended to be adopted by the United States Army to complement the new M2010 and phase out the M24, and will replace all Mk 11 rifles and some M39 EMR rifles in the Marine Corps inventory. The M110 K5 is a suppressor optimized version incorporating a 14.5 inch barrel with a dedicated suppressor, significantly decreasing its comparative weight to a normally suppressed rifle.
Rate of fire
200 rounds per minute
Medium range 35-60m
Long range 60m+
In Battlefield Play4Free, the M110 is a purchasable elite weapon for the Recon Kit. It features moderate damage, rate of fire, and accuracy, and a unique scope reticle. Due to its semi-automatic nature, this gun is better suited for medium-sized maps like Karkand and Basra. Compared to its closer counterpart, the Elite's SVD, the M110 has higher rate of fire and accuracy, as well as a larger magazine, but is balanced by its lower damage, killing in 3-4 shots instead of the 2-3 needed by the SVD. It also costs less Battlefunds and can be bought with in-game Credits.
The M110 used to be purchasable for 140 for one day, 490 for a month, and 980 for unlimited use, but is currently not available to buy. It seems to have been replaced by the M14 EBR semi-automatic sniper. This gun is now only available for acquisition via the Daily Draw. Like other Elite's guns, it once sported a tan paint-scheme with a gray magazine. However, it has been altered to a clean, black paint-scheme.
The M110 as it appears in-game
The M110's scope reticle
Reloading the M110
Front side perspective
Promotional poster from the official website
Detailed model of the M110
Assignments are challenges available in Battlefield Hardline functioning in a similar manner to that of their Battlefield 4 and Battlefield 3 counterparts. Upon completion, assignments unlock unique patches, camouflages, and weapons.
The game features over 250 available assignments which vary in difficulty. The most difficult assignments are Syndicate Assignments of the Syndicate Program which have their criteria hidden in a manner similar to assignments of the Phantom Program in Battlefield 4. The various expansions offer additional assignments, visible and available only to players with access to that particular expansion.
This list is for the Assignments in Battlefield Hardline that can be obtained through reaching certain ranks.