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Shotguns have always had a strange place within the meta of Call of Duty Mobile. As with shotguns in other FPS titles, shotguns in COD Mobile can either be blatantly overpowered or downright weak. However, in Season 6, the developers have struck a decent balance, with no one shotgun overtaking multiplayer. However, if players want to use the best shotgun in the game, they would have to equip the KRM-262.

The Black Ops 3 shotgun has been firmly in the mix for the best shotgun in multiplayer for some time. In Season 6, though, it has taken the title to a new level. The stats for the KRM blow any other shotgun out of the water. Of course, if players truly want to get the most out of the weapon, they need to equip the gun’s top-rated loadout.

Best KRM-262 gunsmith loadout in COD Mobile

Once players reach level 43 in COD Mobile, they can unlock the KRM-262 and get to work leveling it up. The recommended attachments for the gun take some time to grind for but they’re ultimately worth it. The top loadout for the KRM-262 utilizes a mix of mobility and damage range attachments to make for a devastating close-range weapon choice.

  • Muzzle: Marauder Suppressor
  • Barrel: Extended Barrel (+2)
  • Stock: No Stock
  • Laser: MIP Laser 5mW
  • Rear Grip: Stippled Grip Tape

The first two attachments, the Marauder Suppressor and Extended Barrel (+2), both increase damage range and bullet spread density. These are important shotgun attachments that allow players to one-hit enemies more often. However, both attachments lower ADS speed.

Fortunately, there are two attachments on the loadout that improve that stat. The Stippled Grip Tape and No Stock both increase the KRM’s mobility, enabling players to bring the gun up quicker. The final attachment on this KRM-262 loadout is the MIP Laser 5mW, which improves hip-fire accuracy for those super tight close-range engagements. No enemy player in COD Mobile should be able to stop this KRM-262 loadout in close-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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