The best CR-56 AMAX gunsmith loadout in COD Mobile Season 6
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The meta of COD Mobile is often dominated by assault rifles and submachine guns. While other weapons, like a sniper or LMG, are sometimes thrown into the mix, it’s the ARs and SMGs that get it done most of the time. In Season 6 of COD Mobile, there are several weapons in these categories that players should consider using above others. Weapons like the PP19 Bizon and AS VAL stand out, as does the CR-56 AMAX.

Players familiar with Warzone might know the CR-56 AMAX well. In COD Mobile, it’s not as overpowered but the AR is still among the game’s elite weapons. The developers even made its weapon blueprint the reward for reaching Master rank in multiplayer. The AMAX is a highly competitive weapon that only gets better once players strap on its best loadout.

Best CR-56 AMAX loadout in COD Mobile

The CR-56 AMAX excels at just about everything an assault rifle should. Its preferred range is medium but it can do lethal damage at both close and long-range if need be. The attachments on its recommended loadout only help to further the AR’s effectiveness at all ranges.

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: MIP Custom Long
  • Stock: MIP Tracker Stock
  • Laser: OWC Laser – Tactical
  • Rear Grip: Granulated Grip Tape

While the Monolithic Suppressor decreases ADS time and bullet spread accuracy, its boost to damage range and silencer are unbeatable additions. The MIP Custom Long barrel also boosts damage range, by 35%, as well as lowers recoil and ADS bullet spread. However, this comes at a cost of ADS time and movement speed.

The CR-56 AMAX loadout can make that up, though, with the OWC Laser – Tactical and MIP Tracker Stock. The attachments increase recoil but the Custom Long Barrel makes up for it. Finally, the Granulated Grip Tape adds some final bullet spread accuracy, making the CR-56 AMAX a true menace 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.