The M14 is a rare rifle that's found only in Hitman: Blood Money. It is specially used by the United States Marines at the White House in Washington, D.C.


Hitman: Blood Money

The M14 is a semi-automatic rifle. It is very accurate, despite not possessing a scope. However, the weapon has a strangely low damage output for a large caliber weapon, requiring close to a dozen shots in the torso to kill someone.


Hitman: Blood Money



  • Although the Marines in Amendment XXV use the now-dated regular M14, the commonly used version of the M14 today (in the United States) is the "M14SE," (the "Crazy Horse rifle,") a M14-type weapon based on the original M14. There is no reason they should be using the original, especially with live ammo, even for ceremonial purposes.
  • This weapon is limited to semi-auto only in-game, however most M14s have both full and semi-automatic fire capabilities. If the alarm is raised in Amendment XXV, though, the US Marines will start shooting Agent 47 in full-automatic.
  • Interestingly, despite its large caliber, the M14 ammunition is shared with FN-2000 and SG552. The M14 uses 7.62×51mm NATO, while the other rifles use 5.56 NATO.