Best RAM-9 loadout in MW3
Best RAM-9 loadout in MW3
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Best RAM-9 loadout in MW3

A deadly accurate SMG

The RAM-9 is one of two new weapons to arrive in the Season 2 update of Call of Duty MW3. Not to be confused with the RAM-7, the RAM-9 is a fast-firing and lethal submachine gun that can be used at any distance. However, to achieve that versatility, you need the strongest loadout for the RAM-9 in MW3.

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To see the best loadout for the RAM-9 in MW3, keep reading my guide below.

Best RAM-9 loadout in MW3

  • Muzzle: ZEHMN35 Compensated Flash Hider
  • Stock: Hunker-5 Stock Pad
  • Underbarrel: Bruen Heavy Support Grip
  • Magazine: 40 Round Mag
  • Rear Grip: Retort 90 Grip Tape
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The loadout is completely centered around controlling the bouncy recoil of the RAM-9. It kicks straight up in the air when you fire it without any attachments, so I’ll be bringing that way down. That starts with the ZEHMN35 Compensated Flash Hider, which reduces vertical and horizontal recoil as well as shortens your ping on the radar. The Bruen Heavy Support Grip also drastically increases recoil control along with the Retort 90 Grip Tape and Hunker-5 Stock Pad. All of these attachments work together to basically make the RAM-9 a laser beam when firing.

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The last attachment on the loadout is the 40 Round Mag, which is sorely needed due to how fast the RAM-9 shoots. Without it, you’ll burn your default 30 bullets in an instant.

Best Class Setup for the RAM-9 in MW3

And now, we have the best class elements to equip with your RAM-9 loadout.


  • Gloves: Asssault Gloves
  • Boots: Lightweight Boots
  • Gear: Tac Mask/EOD Padding/Ghost T/V Camo


  • Lethal: Frag Grenade
  • Tactical: Stim

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  • Dead Silence

Your RAM-9 loadout is now complete in MW3. It’s a terrific SMG that can deal a ton of damage up close or far away, so use it in anyway you see fit.

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