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The Season 6 update has gone live in Call of Duty: Warzone and a new shotgun is available for players to use in the form of the .410 Ironhide. The lever-action shotgun is unlocked through the Season 6 Battle Pass. Fans can either unlock the tiers through COD Points or by reaching the necessary XP threshold. Once they do, they’ll have a powerful shotgun loadout available to them with the .410 Ironhide in Warzone.

The .410 Ironhide is one of three new weapons in Season 6, with the Grav (LINK) and Battle Axe the other two. While those weapons are enjoyable in their own right, a lever-action shotgun is a blast to use if it performs properly. In order for that to happen, though, players will need to equip the .410 Ironhide’s recommended loadout in Season 6 of Warzone.

Best .410 Ironhide loadout in Warzone

Players familiar with weapons like the Hauer 77 in Black Ops Cold War will understand the Ironhide well. It performs similarly to other shotguns of this caliber, dealing high damage at close range while being serviceable at medium range (for a shotgun). However, players will want to increase this damage range along with its mobility in Warzone for maximum performance.

  • Muzzle: Agency Choke
  • Barrel: 22.3” Reinforced Heavy
  • Laser: SWAT 5mW Laser Sight
  • Stock: No Stock
  • Rear Grip: Serpent Wrap

The base of this .410 Ironhide is improving damage range, mobility and adding some recoil control. The Agency Choke covers most of these aspects, increasing bullet velocity, recoil control and damage range. This is followed by the 22.3″ Reinforced Heavy barrel, which furthers the damage range and fire rate.

The rest of the loadout focuses solely on mobility. The SWAT 5mW Laser Sight boosts hip-fire accuracy for firing on the go, No Stock boosts sprint-to-fire time and the Serpent Wrap improves ADS speed. This .410 Ironhide loadout will be able to excel in any close-range situation in Warzone along with being better at medium range.

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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