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The SVT-40 is one of the stronger weapons in Call of Duty: Vanguard. It’s a marksman rifle that has the potential to be a mini-sniper, able to one-shot kill enemies with the right loadout. While players won’t be able to do exactly that in Warzone Pacific, they can make use of the SVT-40’s strongest loadout to three-tap enemies.
Like other marksman rifles, the SVT’s biggest weakness is its fire rate. If players aren’t accurate with their first few shots, an enemy with a fully-auto weapon will blow through them in a second. This means that players need to equip the SVT-40 with enough attachments to improve damage without hindering its other strengths. Players can see precisely how to build the SVT-40 out this way in Warzone Pacific below.
Best SVT-40 loadout in Warzone Pacific
Along with improving fire rate, players will also want to address the SVT-40’s recoil control. While not impossible to control, the SVT does need some help in the area to ensure players can stay on target at long-range.
- Muzzle: MX Silencer
- Barrel: Kovalevskaya 800MM B03
- Optic: SVT-40 PU Scope 3-6X
- Stock: Kovalevskaya S02 Weighted
- Underbarrel: Carver Foregrip
- Magazine: 7.62x54MMR 15 Round Mags
- Ammunition: Lengthened
- Rear Grip: Pine Tar Grip
- Perk: Vital
- Perk2: Fully Loaded
Starting the loadout off is the trusty MX Silencer, which improves recoil control and damage range while keeping players off of the map. This is followed by the Kovalevskaya 800MM B03 barrel, which further reduces recoil control and gives players more damage when targeting the upper body of an enemy.
The SVT-40’s recoil is reduced even more with the Pine Tar Grip, Carver Foregrip and Kovalevskaya S02 Weighted stock. Its magazine is given a boost with the 7.62x54MMR 15 Round Mags while its bullet velocity is improved with the Lengthened Ammo Type. Finally, the SVT-40 PU Scope 3-6X is a terrific sight that gives players the option to use the SVT-40 as a sniper rifle in Warzone Pacific.
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.