Best BP50 loadout in MW3
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The BP50 is the F2000 reimagined in Call of Duty MW3, arriving with the Season 2 update via the Battle Pass. It looks exactly like the F2000 from the original MW2 and acts like it as well, featuring a fast fire rate, high damage, and some shaky recoil. To make the BP50 the best it can be in MW3, you’ll need its strongest loadout for multiplayer.

To see the best loadout for the BP50 in MW3, keep reading my guide below.

Best BP50 loadout in MW3

  • Muzzle: ZEHMN35 Compensated Flash Hider
  • Barrel: Lore-9 Heavy Barrel
  • Stock: Forebearer Heavy Stock
  • Underbarrel: Bruen Heavy Support Grip
  • Rear Grip: TRST-IV Grip Tape
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This loadout aims to increase the overall recoil control and accuracy of the BP50. While it’s generally accurate without any attachments, my loadout makes it shoot as straight as an arrow. I start off with the ZEHMN35 Compensated Flash Hider, a fantastic muzzle that reduces vertical and horizontal recoil control while also shortening your ping on the radar when firing.

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Then, the Lore-9 Heavy Barrel boosts bullet velocity and damage range while the Bruen Heavy Support Grip massively reduces recoil and gun kick. The barrel also increases accuracy and stability as well. Then, the Forebearer Heavy Stock and TRST-IV Grip Tape both improve recoil control and gun kick control even further, making your BP50 as accurate as possible in MW3.

Best Class Setup for the BP50 in MW3

Finally, I have the other class elements you need to equip around your BP50 loadout.


  • Gloves: Quick-Grip Gloves
  • Boots: Covert Sneakers
  • Gear: Tac Mask/EOD Padding/Ghost T/V Camo


  • Lethal: Frag Grenade
  • Tactical: Stim

Field Upgrade

  • Trophy System

And with that, your BP50 loadout is finished for multiplayer and you can rest easy knowing you have one of the more accurate ARs in MW3 at your disposal.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.