The best LM-S loadout in Warzone
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The best LM-S loadout in Warzone

A tremendously underused weapon

At the time of writing, there are multiple categories represented at the bottom of the pick rate charts in Call of Duty: Warzone.

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The least-used weapon in the game, according to WZRanked, is the .50 GS pistol, which makes perfect sense if you’ve ever tried to use it. The next least-used weapon in Warzone is the LM-S, which is a forgotten marksman rifle that many players have likely never even fired. However, if players are ever feeling dangerous in Warzone and want to equip the LM-S, they will need its absolute best loadout.

The LM-S is a semi-automatic marksman rifle, which is mostly why it hasn’t seen much use in Season 1. Players have much preferred the bolt-action style marksman rifles of Warzone, like the SP-R 208 and SA-B 50. It would be a different story if the LM-S had some redeeming qualities, but there are much stronger weapons players have easy access to. The LM-S, alternatively, needs to be unlocked through a long weapon-grinding process. If players truly are determined to use it, though, they should know about its best attachments.

Best LM-S loadout in Warzone

For the LM-S to stand a chance against a strong assault rifle or other sniper, players will need to beef up its damage range and bullet velocity as well as its recoil control. These stat increases could make the LM-S a threat at long-range if players can hit their headshots consistently.

  • Muzzle: ZLR Talon 5
  • Optic: SP-X 80 6.6X
  • Underbarrel: FSS Sharkfin 90
  • Ammunition: 7.62 High Velocity
  • Rear Grip: Lachmann TCG-10

We’ve buffed the LM-S’ damage range and bullet velocity with the ZLR Talon 5 muzzle and the 7.62 High Velocity ammunition. The FSS Sharkfin 90 helps out with aiming stability and the Lachmann TCG-10 boosts the rifle’s recoil control. Finally, there’s the SP-X 80 6.6x optic, which is arguably the best sniper scope in Warzone.

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