Currently, there are two sniper rifles in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 beta. One is the Longbow, which is a late unlock for players unless you purchased the Vault Edition of the game. The other sniper is the KV Inhibitor, which is a semi-automatic gun in Modern Warfare 3 and has a real killer loadout.
While you might not think a semi-automatic sniper could be worth something in COD, the KV Inhibitor is an exception to that rule. It can absolutely blow enemies away with one-shot kills, and the shots don’t even have to be to the head. Given the semi-auto nature of the gun and its strong fire rate, you can see just how lethal this pairing of qualities can be. Of course, you would get an even better look by using the Inhibitor’s strongest set of attachments.
To see the best loadout for the KV Inhibitor in Modern Warfare 3, check out the guide below.
Best KV Inhibitor loadout in the Modern Warfare 3 beta
- Barrel: Kastovia GXR-12
- Stock: Ivanov Wood Stock
- Rear Grip: Broadside Factory Grip
- Underbarrel: FTAC SP-10 Angled Grip
The primary goal of this loadout is to increase the mobility of the KV Inhibitor in MW3. With the increased mobility of other guns in multiplayer, you want to ensure you can bring the sniper up quickly to snap onto enemies more easily.
The Kastovia GXR-12 barrel, Ivanon Wood Stock, and Broadside Factory Grip all give the KV Inhibitor extra aim down sights speed and sprint-to-fire time as well as some extra hipfire accuracy. The final attachment on the loadout is the FTAC SP-10 Angled Grip to add a little accuracy to the loadout, which is important when dealing with a semi-auto sniper. When you’re firing off shot after shot, you want your recoil to be somewhat manageable.
You will notice I only equipped four attachments instead of the normal five. This is to protect the mobility of the KV Inhibitor, as any other attachments likely bogs down your mobility more.