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The MAC-10 submachine gun has seen a fall from grace in the most recent seasons of Call of Duty: Warzone. While it’s still an absolute monster at close-range, it’s not the go-to SMG in Season 6 as it had been in almost every other season. Other weapons from the class, like the PPSh-41 and Cold War MP5, have risen up to challenge the MAC-10 and its previously untouchable loadout.

However, this doesn’t mean the MAC-10 is a weak weapon. It’s the same as it’s always been; a fast-firing, high damage range beast that can outgun pretty much any other weapon at close-range. For players that might want to try out the MAC-10 for the first time, or for those that are making their way back to it, using its recommended loadout is still the way to go in Warzone.

Best Mac-10 loadout in Warzone

Since the MAC-10 has such a fast fire rate and high mobility, it’s always going to be best-served in close-range gunfights. While some attachments on its recommended loadout allow it to expand its range a bit, players should leave those types of gunfights up to their assault rifle primary weapon. This leaves the MAC-10 to dominate in close-quarters engagements.

  • Muzzle: Sound Suppressor
  • Barrel: 5.9″ Task Force
  • Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
  • Ammunition: STANAG 53 Rnd Drum
  • Stock: SAS Combat Stock

The first two attachments on the loadout allow the MAC-10 to increase its already great damage range. The Task Force barrel and Sound Suppressor reduce recoil while improving bullet velocity as well. Following that, the Field Agent Grip helps with recoil control and allows the SMG to be adequate in medium-range gunfights.

Closing out the loadout is the SAS Combat Stock, which increases movement speed and ADS speed. The STANAG 53 Rnd Drum also ensures that players don’t run out of bullets too quickly. This MAC-10 loadout can still be a force in Warzone Season 6. It just won’t be as popular as seasons past.

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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