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Not to be confused with EVOS-J.
The EVOS-D mounted on an M392 Designated Marksman Rifle.

The EVOS-D is an optical scope typically mounted on the M392 DMR.[1][2] The optic is capable of 1-3× magnification. The device also has a stadiametric rangefinder, but it is laid out sideways, forcing the user to turn the scope on its side to measure the height of a target.[3] The attachment is notably absent from the "Bandit" variant of M392, which is manufactured by Sevine Arms under a license from Misriah Armory.[4]

Production notes[edit]

  • The MA37 assault rifle's in-game model also has "EVOS-D" printed on the side. This may suggest that the EVOS-D was not established as the M392's scope until Halo Waypoint's article on the DMR was written. Similarly, the MA37's successor, the MA40 assault rifle, is mounted with the EVOS-J.[5]
  • While the scope has a marker that indicates zoom level from 1-3x, its magnification optics cannot be adjusted in-game.


List of appearances[edit]


  1. ^ Halo: The Essential Visual Guide, page 49
  2. ^ Halo Waypoint, DMR (Retrieved on Jul 15, 2011) [local archive] [external archive]
  3. ^ Halo: Reach, M392 DMR in-game weapon model
  4. ^ Halo Infinite, M392 Bandit in-game weapon model
  5. ^ Halo Infinite, MA40 assault rifle in-game weapon model