The best Bryson 800 loadout in Warzone
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The best Bryson 800 loadout in Warzone

A shotgun that needs a proper loadout

The Bryson 800 is a traditional Call of Duty shotgun that has not been used too often thus far in Warzone. Of course, it’s not the least-picked shotgun in the game; that dubious honor goes to its brother, the Bryson 890. While players haven’t been using shotguns in general, the Bryson 800 is a solid weapon that can be used to a player’s advantage at close range. However, in order for the Bryson 800 to stand any chance against a top submachine gun at close range, it will need its best loadout in Warzone.

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Currently, the weapon meta in Warzone calls for players to use a strong long-range gun as their primary, like an assault rifle or light machine gun. Then, some players have opted to run Overkill with an SMG or choose to use another perk and equip a dominant pistol loadout instead.

There’s not much room for a shotgun to break into the meta as of now, but not every player conforms to the traditional meta. Some might like to go off the books every now and again, and the Bryson 800 is a perfect option for those players.

Best Bryson 800 loadout in Warzone

In order for the Bryson 800 to be viable at all at close range, you need to drastically increase its damage range. This helps you deal some serious damage to those pesky SMG players.

  • Muzzle: Bryson Choke
  • Barrel: 29.5″ Rifled Barrel
  • Laser: VLK LZR 7mW
  • Guard: Demo X50 Tactical Pump
  • Stock: Stockless Pistol Grip

The name of the game with this loadout is to boost damage range and mobility while tightening the Bryson 800’s pellet spread. Damage range and mobility are also increased with the loadout, making it deadly at both close and long range. Of course, I wouldn’t recommend going too far away with the Bryson 800, as it’s still a shotgun after all.

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