The best 1911 Akimbo loadout in Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season 1
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Over the past month or so, players have been searching for a solid secondary weapon in Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific. The Vanguard integration introduced a plethora of new weapons, some of which need to be countered immediately on Caldera. While some players might opt for an Overkill loadout with an MP40 or PPSh-41 as their secondary, others want to run Ghost and use a standard secondary. This option is usually a pistol, but there didn’t seem to be any standouts from Vanguard. That is until players discovered a lethal loadout for the 1911 in Warzone Pacific.

Running a pistol that can compete with SMGs as a secondary is a boon in Warzone Pacific. This allows players to equip Ghost instead of Overkill and be hidden from enemy UAVs on the map. Though other pistols from Vanguard are serviceable, none can match the 1911 in its current form, especially when it’s equipped with the Akimbo perk.

Best 1911 Akimbo loadout in Warzone Pacific

Using the Akimbo perk on any weapon means players can have two guns, one in each hand. This negates the ability to aim down sights but gives players extra firepower. YouTuber KoreanSavage was the first to publicize the 1911’s loadout, using the Akimbo perk.

  • Muzzle: M1929 Silencer
  • Barrel: Cooper Full-Auto
  • Optic: ZF4 3.5x Rifle Scope
  • Rear Grip: Pine Tar Grip
  • Magazine: .45 ACP 18 Round Mags
  • Ammo Type: Hollow Point
  • Trigger Action: Hair Trigger
  • Perk: Akimbo
  • Perk 2: Quick

The two main elements of the loadout are the Akimbo perk and the Cooper Full-Auto barrel. The barrel allows the 1911 to transform from a semi-auto pistol to a fully-auto beast. Pairing this with the .45 ACP 18 Round Mags and the Hair Trigger gives players the closest thing to an SMG possible. This 1911 loadout has little recoil, a blazing fast fire rate and more firepower than what’s necessary to take down multiple enemies 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.
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