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Maximum fire rates of the semi-automatic rifles, the [[FAL OSW]] and [[SMR]] are lowered from 625 and 535 to 468 and 416 RPM respectively for balancing reasons, similar to how the [[CZ75]] had its max fire rate reduced from 625 to 535 RPM when equipped with the Full-Auto attachment in ''Black Ops''. The [[SWAT-556]] also suffers from extreme loss in range, being able to kill in three hits on full auto in only point-blank.
 
Maximum fire rates of the semi-automatic rifles, the [[FAL OSW]] and [[SMR]] are lowered from 625 and 535 to 468 and 416 RPM respectively for balancing reasons, similar to how the [[CZ75]] had its max fire rate reduced from 625 to 535 RPM when equipped with the Full-Auto attachment in ''Black Ops''. The [[SWAT-556]] also suffers from extreme loss in range, being able to kill in three hits on full auto in only point-blank.
   
The Select Fire attachment cannot be used in conjunction with the [[Grenade Launcher]] or [[Hybrid Optic]] in any way.
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The Select Fire attachment cannot be used in conjunction with the [[Grenade Launcher]] or [[Hybrid Optic]] in any way. In campaign, it is also incompatible with [[Rapid Fire]] and the [[Silencer|Suppressor]].
   
 
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For the mechanic in Call of Duty and Call of Duty: United Offensive, see Fire mode.

Select Fire was a cut Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: World at War, and Call of Duty: Black Ops attachment. It appears in Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

Overview

Throwing Knife menu icon MW3 The subject matter of this article was cut from the final version of a Call of Duty game.
WaW Attachment Selectfire

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In Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, it was set to appear on the assault rifles, as proven below. In Call of Duty: World at War, it would have allowed players to switch the fire mode of the STG-44, M1A1 Carbine, and SVT-40 between semi-automatic and full-automatic. In Call of Duty: Black Ops, it was shown to be initially available as an integrated attachment for the Galil. Although this feature was present in Call of Duty and Call of Duty: United Offensive, it was cut from subsequent games due to lack of real use.

It is mentioned in the Call of Duty: World at War strategy guide, which was published before the game's release.

Call of Duty Black Ops II

"Switch to burst or automatic fire with 3 (on PC) / D-Pad. Automatic fire will always have more recoil."
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In Call of Duty: Black Ops II's multiplayer, Select Fire appears as an attachment for assault rifles and submachine guns. It adds a more controllable burst mode to fully automatic weapons, and a full-auto option to burst and semi-auto weapons. Keep in mind that adding and using full auto mode on single or burst weapon will always reduce accuracy and increase recoil.

Maximum fire rates of the semi-automatic rifles, the FAL OSW and SMR are lowered from 625 and 535 to 468 and 416 RPM respectively for balancing reasons, similar to how the CZ75 had its max fire rate reduced from 625 to 535 RPM when equipped with the Full-Auto attachment in Black Ops. The SWAT-556 also suffers from extreme loss in range, being able to kill in three hits on full auto in only point-blank.

The Select Fire attachment cannot be used in conjunction with the Grenade Launcher or Hybrid Optic in any way. In campaign, it is also incompatible with Rapid Fire and the Suppressor.

Trivia

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

Call of Duty Black Ops II

  • In campaign the player can seldom find a weapon with Select Fire and Rapid Fire/Suppressor despite this combination is impossible when customizing the loadout.
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