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Since its introduction in Call of Duty Mobile, the PP19 Bizon has been one of the best overall weapons in the game. It’s the preferred pick for a majority of competitive players and casual players have followed suit. For players that hop into Ranked, seeing a few PP19 Bizons is a common occurrence. This is due to the gun’s base dominance and its stacked loadout.
Players have experimented with the PP19 Bizon’s top loadout for multiple seasons. Whether it’s because of a balance update or the attempt to try out a new attachment, the loadout has gone through multiple iterations. Though, in Season 6, players have seemingly hit a sweet spot. The PP19 Bizon has a terrific loadout and should be tried out by any COD Mobile fan.
Best PP19 Bizon loadout in COD Mobile
One of the SMG’s biggest attributes is its base magazine size. It carries a huge starting magazine, so players don’t need to waste an attachment slot on extra ammunition. This gives players some extra freedom when designing the loadout and allows another stat to get boosted.
- Barrel: MIP Extended Light Barrel
- Stock: No Stock
- Laser: OWC Laser – Tactical
- Ammunition: Large Caliber Ammo A
- Rear Grip: Granulated Grip Tape
Starting with the ammunition, the Large Caliber Ammo A doesn’t give players extra bullets. Instead, it boosts the damage range of the PP19 Bizon while lowering the ADS speed and bullet capacity. Of course, the Bizon has such a large starting capacity that this doesn’t matter too much.
What does matter is the lowered ADS speed. To fix that, the OWC Laser – Tactical is in place. This improves ADS and bullet spread accuracy to offset the negative from the Large Caliber Ammo. Moving on, the No Stock attachment also improves mobility by lowering the sprint-to-fire delay.
Finally, the MIP Extended Light Barrel increases the damage range even more, while the Granulated Grip Tape offers more recoil stability. This PP19 Bizon loadout is truly terrifying for enemy players to go up against in COD Mobile.
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.