The best LA-B 330 loadout for CDL Moshpit in Modern Warfare 2
LA-B 330 loadout CDL Moshpit Modern Warfare 2
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The best LA-B 330 loadout for CDL Moshpit in Modern Warfare 2

A true competitive sniper

While the Call of Duty League season has come and gone, players can still participate in either CDL Moshpit or Ranked Play in Modern Warfare 2. If you’re looking to snipe in either mode, the LA-B 330 can be your best friend, especially if you’re someone who likes to quickscope.

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Players who watched pros dominate with the LA-B during the CDL season might be itching to try out the sniper on their own. If players truly want to take advantage of the LA-B 330 in CDL Moshpit, though, they need the sniper’s best loadout.

CDL Moshpit uses competitive rulesets and mapsets that are currently employed by the Call of Duty League. Essentially, minus a few weapons and equipment, players are following the same ruleset that pros do when they play in their official matches. The game mode is a terrific environment for players to get accustomed to competitive play in MW2. Players who are looking to snipe in CDL Moshpit will feel even more comfortable if they know the best attachments for the LA-B 330.

Best LA-B 330 loadout for CDL Moshpit

The loadout I have equipped for the LA-B 330 is a popular one that was used by many pros throughout the CDL season in 2023. It primarily emphasizes mobility, as the LA-B is a quickscoping first sniper rifle, so you want to ensure your gun is up quickly at all times.

  • Barrel: 23.5” Fluted R-67 Barrel
  • Ammunition: .300 High Velocity Ammo
  • Bolt: FSS ST87 Bolt
  • Stock: ZLR T70 Pad Extension Stock

This loadout emphasizes an increase in damage range and bullet velocity as well as mobility. Basically, players see an increase in the most important stats for a sniper, and the LA-B 330 is turned into a much stronger gun because of those stat improvements.

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Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.