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One of the biggest debates in the Call of Duty: Warzone community is which sniper is best to use. There are currently two dominant sniper rifles in the game, the HDR and AX-50. However, the two snipers have similar stats and perform relatively the same way. The only key difference is what attachments you can equip on each weapon loadout.
It’s generally agreed that the AX-50 possesses better options when it comes to attachments. However, some players are still confused as to which attachments to use. Well, luckily, an expert Call of Duty sniper has detailed his preferred AX-50 loadout to use in Warzone.
What’s the best AX-50 loadout?
YouTuber James “Spratt” Spratt is regarded as one of the best snipers in the Call of Duty community. The former FaZe and OpTic member has been sniping since the early days of Call of Duty, posting his montages and clips to YouTube nearly every day.
Thanks to his sniping prowess and knowledge, many fans look to Spratt for sniping tips. Since Warzone released, however, fans have constantly asked what loadout Spratt has in his videos. Fortunately for those fans, Spratt has released a video detailing the AX-50 loadout he uses in Warzone. Below you can check out Spratt’s video, as well as the loadout in full.
The class itself is rather simplistic and doesn’t use many outlandish attachments. For starters, Spratt implements the Monolithic Suppressor on his AX-50. This is an item that should be equipped in the Muzzle slot on nearly every weapon in Warzone. It’s silent and helps with damage and range.
Besides that, Spratt uses the Tac Laser for added stability and the Stippled Grip Tape to pull the AX-50 up from the hip a little faster. This is a fantastic all-around loadout that is well-balanced and should serve you well in Verdansk.
Which sniper do you prefer? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all Call of Duty: Warzone news.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.