Eaglefire (U4)

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Context Type Rare AR
Size 4 slots (2 × 2)
Fire Modes Auto • Single
Rail System Picatinny
Caliber 5.56×45 mm
Hooks Barrel • Handguard • Magazine • Stock • Upper Rail
Magazines * 5.56×45mm Magazine
Description Chambered for use with 5.56×45mm ammunition.

The Eaglefire is a Rare AR in Unturned II. Its cheat nickname is AR01_DFLT.


Pressing LMB fires the Eaglefire, while holding RMB allows for aiming down sights. Pressing T opens the attachment menu.

It spawns with the Performance Barrel, Quadrail Picatinny handguard, Stock, and Reflex MK1 by default. The receiver takes up four slots in the inventory.


The Eaglefire is chambered in 5.56×45mm ammunition. It can accept 5.56×45mm Magazines, 5.56×45mm Short Magazines, and 5.56×45mm Drum Magazines as ammunition.

Firing modes

  • Auto

Attachment system

By default, the Eaglefire receiver utilizes a Picatinny rail system. It can accept an optic attachment and a rear sight attachment, as long as they are compatible with the rail system. It also consists of two essential modular components: the barrel, and the handguard. Although available, the stock component is not necessary.

Its standard modular components include the Performance Barrel, Quadrail Picatinny handguard, and Stock. These components allow for an increased variety of attachments than offered to the receiver alone.


In the Firing Range, the player may interact with a nearby node that can indefinitely spawn Eaglefires (albeit with no magazine attachment).

In the CQC map, they spawn inside of Weapon Cases scattered across the map, typically with a 5.56×45mm Magazine, but rarely with no magazine attachment at all.

In the Horde Mode maps Horde Chapel, Horde Potato, and Horde Sandbox, it can be purchased for $400 and comes with a Short 5.56×45mm Magazine pre-attached.

In the Sandbox map, they can be found in various Iron Code Safes around the map.


  • Its real-life counterpart is the M4A1.
  • It was the first ranged weapon added to the game.