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The MTZ Interceptor is one of the most popular weapons in Call of Duty: Warzone, but it’s also no slouch in MW3 either. If you’ve been looking to start using the MTZ Interceptor in multiplayer, then you’ll need the strongest loadout for the marksman rifle to dominate enemies on any 6v6 map.

To see the best loadout for the MTZ Interceptor in MW3, keep reading my guide below.

Best MTZ Interceptor loadout in MW3

  • Muzzle: VT-7 Spitfire Suppressor
  • Barrel: MTZ Blackthorn Barrel
  • Optic: Slate Reflector (or any comparable red dot sight)
  • Magazine: 20 Round Mag
  • Rear Grip: Bruen TR-24 Assault Grip
Screenshot via Upcomer

This loadout slightly differs from the one you might be used to seeing for the MTZ Interceptor in Warzone, and that’s because we don’t need certain attachments for 6v6 multiplayer. However, damage range and recoil control are still the two main stats we’re boosting with these attachments. The VT-7 Spitfire Suppressor and MTZ Blackthorn Barrel drastically improve bullet velocity and damage range along with recoil control as well.

Related: The best Holger 556 loadout in Warzone Season 1

For added recoil control, I have the Bruen TR-24 Assault Grip equipped, giving you an extremely accurate version of the Interceptor. Rounding out the loadout is the Slate Reflector optic, which is perfect for mid-range gunfights, and the 20 Round Mag. You can opt for the default magazine, but I feel like an extra 10 bullets go a long way, especially when you’re fighting multiple enemies.

Best Class Setup for the MTZ Interceptor in MW3

Finally, you can see the best set of perks, equipment, and Field Upgrade to pair with the MTZ Interceptor’s loadout below:

  • Gloves: Marksman Gloves
  • Boots: Stalker Boots
  • Gear: Tac Mask/EOD Padding/Ghost T/V Camo


  • Lethal: Frag Grenade
  • Tactical: Stim

Field Upgrade

  • Dead Silence/Trophy System

That wraps things up on the best MTZ Interceptor loadout in MW3. The marksman rifle might not be as strong in multiplayer as it is in Warzone, but it’s still a solid choice for 6v6, especially on larger maps like Afghan or Wasteland.