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The Galil assault rifle has taken yet another form in Call of Duty: Warzone, this time with the Grav in Season 6. The Grav is one of three new weapons to arrive with Season 6, along with .410 Ironhide shotgun and the Battle Axe melee weapon. Naturally, players have gravitated towards the Grav thanks to its resemblance to the Galil and presence as an assault rifle. The Grav also has a fantastic loadout, which was discovered by the community just hours after its release in Warzone.
As stated by Activision, the Grav is a fast-firing assault rifle with high damage range and solid bullet velocity. It comes with a bit of recoil, which players can control with the recommended loadout. That said, it’s nothing that’s too unmanageable for players. Below, fans can see the exact loadout that Warzone veterans are using to dominate with the Grav in Season 6.
Best Grav loadout in Warzone
From the Grav’s initial testing, no extraordinary attachments were discovered that make the gun completely overpowered in Warzone. This means that fans can expect a loadout that utilizes familiar Cold War attachments present on a plethora of other ARs. However, this is only because it’s a tried and true loadout that dominates the opposition.
- Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
- Barrel: 21.3” Task Force
- Optic: Axial Arms 3x
- Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
- Magazine: 50 Rnd
Any veteran of Warzone will know this loadout like the back of their hand. It starts out with the reliable Agency Suppressor for extra damage range and recoil control along with suppressed fire. That’s followed by the Task Force barrel for even more damage range and bullet velocity.
The last three attachments of the loadout support the previous two. The Axial Arms 3x scope is the best mid-long range optic, the Field Agent Grip reduces recoil significantly and the 50 Rnd allows players to spray down fire without having to reload frequently. Players should be able to shred enemies with this Grav loadout in Season 6.
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.