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For the similarly named submachine gun, see MAS 38.
For the similarly named pistol, see MAS 1935.

The MAS 36 is a French bolt-action rifle featured in Call of Duty 2: Big Red One and Call of Duty: WWII.

Call of Duty 2: Big Red OneEdit

"French semi-auto[sic] rifle adopted its name from the plant it is produced at: Manufacture d'Armes de Saint-Etienne. 7.5mm caliber 5-round box."
— Bonus Materials Weapons description


The MAS 36 (referred to as MAS36 Rifle in the HUD) is a rifle only available during the mission "Baptism By Fire" in the hands of Vichy French forces. Like other bolt-action rifles in the game, it is quite powerful: it will kill in a single shot from a hit to the chest upwards. It excels at long, and to a certain extent, medium range, but, it is tough to use in close quarters, especially when up against submachine guns. Thus, it is advisable that the player also carry the very common MAS 38 with them. Its iron sights consist of a rear aperture sight aligned with a three-pronged frontal piece, quite similar to the Lee-Enfield in other Call of Duty titles.

GalleryEdit

Call of Duty: WWIIEdit


"Bolt-action sniper rifle that offers a one shot kill from the torso and up."
— Description

The M36 appears in Call of Duty: WWII as a sniper rifle. It was added to the game via an update on July 23rd, 2019.

VariantsEdit

  • Bleu
  • The Rancher II
  • Yellow Belly


Nazi ZombiesEdit

The M36 can be obtained from the Mystery Box in all maps for 1,000 Jolts and from the Sniper Rifle Waffenboxes in The Tortured Path for 3,000 Jolts. When upgraded by the Ubersprengen or by the Freefire perk "MKII" it becomes the Finer Things gaining an increased reserve maximum ammo of 120 and increased damage.

TriviaEdit

Call of Duty 2: Big Red OneEdit

  • The Bonus Materials Weapons description incorrectly states that the MAS 36 is semi-automatic when the weapon is bolt action.
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