7.62 millimeter, also known as 7.62mm (Blue) in the game, is a type of Ammunition used by eleven weapons. It is generally reserved for more rare and powerful rifles. The power of 7.62mm can be compared with the 5.56mm bullets.
|AK-47||Assault Rifle||13.5||10||Decent damage and range, the AK-47 a jack of all trades rifle.|
|DP-28||LMG||14||8.7||A relatively high-capacity LMG. Very powerful and somewhat accurate at short to medium range. Fire rate is a bit on the lower end when compared to other automatic weapons.|
|M1 Garand||DMR||32||5||A semi-automatic, WW2-era battle rifle with an 8-round internal magazine fed by en-bloc clips.|
|M39 EMR||DMR||24||5||A semi-automatic marksman rifle. It has high damage and accuracy.|
|Mosin Nagant||Sniper||72||0.5||A bolt-action sniper rifle, with extremely high damage, accuracy, bullet velocity, and low rate of fire. Movement speed is slowed down in-between shots.|
|Revolver with a slow rate of fire and reload, but high damage|
|SCAR-H||Assault Rifle||15||11.1||A battle rifle with more DPS and accuracy than the AK-47, but has a smaller magazine size.|
|SV-98||Sniper||80||0.7||A bolt-action sniper with all the stats of the Mosin Nagant but to a greater extent.|
|BAR M1918||LMG||17.75||8.3||A WW2 era LMG that has the lowest capacity of the LMG class, but compensates for having the fastest reload of the entire class, performing similarly to an assault rifle.|
|A revolver that's a variant to the OT-38, but being suppressed means it possess the special bullet fade|
|AN-94||Assault Rifle||17.5||4.2||A Burst rifle that have a fast burst fire, but fires in 2-round burst. Provide great stats for a burst weapon, possessing a fast burst rate|
- Although this type of ammo isn't the rarest, conserving ammo is still useful.
- The DP-28 quickly diminishes this ammo, so be sure to stock up on a lot of it.
- All 7.62mm weapons shoot blue-colored tracers.
- The tracers in the snow map are visually darker blue than normal.
- In-game, the 7.62mm weapons use a single ammunition type for simplicity's sake. In reality however, these weapons do not actually use the same ammunition. For example:
- The AK-47 uses the 7.62×39mm cartridge, also known as the 7.62 Soviet round.
- The DP-28 uses the 7.62×54mmR cartridge, also known as the 7.62 Russian, although this nickname is technically erroneous.
- The SCAR-H and M39 EMR use the 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge.
- The OT-38 and OTs-38 uses the 7.62×42mm SP-4 subsonic cartridge.
- The Mosin-Nagant uses the 7.62×54mmR cartridge, but some variants use the 7.62×53mmR Finnish cartridge (there's a difference).
- The SV-98 primarily uses the 7.62×54mmR cartridge. However, variants chambered in 7.62×51mm NATO also exist.
- The M1 Garand and BAR M1918 uses the .30-06 Springfield cartridge, which would be 7.62×63mm when translated to metric. Versions of the M1 Garand also use the 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge.
- The 7.62mm casing is shown with a rim, indicating that it may have been modeled off of the 7.62×54mmR or 7.62×53mmR cartridge, as those are the only 7.62mm rimmed cartridges in the game.
- The AN-94 technically uses the wrong ammo type, as it uses 5.45×39mm cartridges, meaning it should be using the 5.56mm (Green) ammo, the closest equivalent to 5.45 Soviet. This version likely uses 7.62 ammo to match the team color the blue leader spawns with in the "Incursion recursion" update. This can also imply that this AN-94 is modified to use 7.62×39mm Soviet, though this modification don't really exist in real life.
- Technically, in metric, the .308 Subsonic round would still be considered "7.62mm" as the .308 Winchester cartridge is almost identical to the 7.62×51mm NATO round, but chambers in a higher pressure load than 7.62×51mm NATO. This means that it's safe to use 7.62×51mm NATO on a weapon that accepts .308 Winchester, but not the other way around, as the high pressure from the round would results a gas leakage on a weapon designed to use 7.62×51mm NATO.