The Combat scope is an attachment on some weapons throughout the Medal of Honor series. They are designed to offer increased zoom and accuracy, at the expense of some peripheral vision.

Medal of Honor: Airborne[edit | edit source]

A combat scope is available to the player to use on the StG-44. It functions much like a sniper scope, but it has less zoom and no way to stop the idle sway which is added with the scope. Also the scope can be detached if the player wants to.

Medal of Honor (2010)[edit | edit source]

In the 2010 release of Medal of Honor, there are several types of combat scope.

Trijicon Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight (ACOG)[edit | edit source]

The ACOG is available for most starting weapons in one way or another; most U.S. Army Rangers' M4A1s come equipped with them. The reticle is a simple cross with some distance lines. Rabbit's M14 EBR has a ACOG, as does Dante Adams' M4A1 during the final mission of the game.

This is also the scope available in multiplayer, but the scope shares very little in common with its singleplayer variant. It is mounted on all Coalition forces' weapons with a few exceptions.

M145 Machine Gun Optic[edit | edit source]

M145, a variant of the C79, is only available for the M249 during Belly of the Beast. It takes up most of the peripheral vision, and has a red dot for pinpoint aiming, although it is very hard to see in high-light conditions and while moving due to the fact that the dot physically bounces back and forth whilst moving. It has several rangefinding lines, though they serve no purpose.

PK-AV optical sight[edit | edit source]

The PK-AV is used on the AK series of weapons used by the OPFOR.

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