Best KATT AMR loadout in MW3
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There are only three new sniper rifles in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, and all of them are decent choices for multiplayer. However, the best option for most players is likely the KATT AMR, which has a devastatingly strong loadout in MW3.

The KATT AMR is a bolt-action sniper rifle with .50 Cal ammunition, meaning it absolutely packs a punch but is extremely slow when it comes to mobility. As such, you likely won’t be able to quickscope effectively with the KATT AMR. It’s basically a one-shot kill if you shoot an enemy anywhere on their body, though, which has made the sniper extremely popular thus far.

To see the best loadout for the KATT AMR in MW3, check out the guide below.

Best KATT AMR loadout in MW3

  • Barrel: Perdition 24″ Short Barrel
  • Stock: Tactical Stock Pad
  • Ammunition: .50 Val High Velocity
  • Bolt: Ephemeral Quickbolt
  • Rear Grip: Phantom Grip
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The name of the game with this loadout is mobility. Three of the attachments on the loadout increase either movement speed, aim down sights speed, or sprint-to-fire time. Those attachments are the Perdition 24″ Short Barrel, Tactical Stock Pad, and Phantom Grip. The Ephemeral Quickbolt boosts rechambering speed so you can get shots off quicker after firing while the .50 Cal High Velocity ammunition boosts bullet velocity and damage range.

Best Class Setup for the KATT AMR in MW3

Now, I have the best perks, equipment, and Field Upgrade for the rest of the KATT AMR’s loadout.

  • Gloves: Marksman Gloves
  • Boots: Stalker Boots
  • Gear: Tac Mask/EOD Padding/Ghost T/V Camo


  • Lethal: Frag Grenade
  • Tactical: Stun Grenade

Field Upgrade

  • Trophy System

Related: How to unlock the Golden River camo in MW3

And that does it for the best KATT AMR loadout in MW3. If you’re looking for a hard-hitting sniper that has average mobility for quickscoping, there is no better option than the KATT AMR.

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.