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In the realm of secondary weapons, the M19 pistol has never been at the top of players’ lists in Warzone. This weapon has fallen victim to the rise of three-round burst pistols like the Diamatti in the battle royale’s meta. However, with the right loadout of attachments, the M19 can become one of the best secondaries and almost act as a primary weapon.

The recommended loadout originated on TikTok but the core of it has been popular for some time. Although it involves some standard pistol attachments, the Season 3 changes to the M19 introduced a new variable to the fold. With this new and improved loadout, players won’t have to worry about their secondary weapon.

Best M19 loadout in Warzone

The real key to any pistol loadout in Warzone is the Dual Wield attachment. Located in the Stock section, Dual Wield simply allows players to carry two guns instead of one. Of course, this means that players won’t be able to aim down sights or have decent accuracy at long-range.

However, players can use attachments that they normally wouldn’t. Due to the fact that Dual Wield takes away the ability to ADS, attachments that carry negatives to this stat can now be used without worry.

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: XRK V Extended
  • Laser: 5mW Laser
  • Trigger Action: Lightweight Trigger
  • Stock: Dual Wield

The key to this M19 loadout, besides Dual Wield, is the XRK V Extended barrel. This barrel increases the M19’s muzzle velocity and overall range, meaning that the pistol can be used for more than as a mini-shotgun in close-range.

Complementing those attachments is the standard Monolithic Suppressor and 5mW Laser sight. As players will only be hip-firing with this loadout, a laser sight is imperative. Finally, rounding out the loadout is the Lightweight Trigger. This increases the pistol’s fire rate dramatically.

While not as strong as most primary weapons, this M19 loadout offers an enjoyable and rewarding experience in Warzone.


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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