Best KV Inhibitor loadout in MW3 Zombies
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The KV Inhibitor is a semi-automatic sniper rifle that can deal some real damage against the undead in Call of Duty MW3 Zombies. However, to get the most out of the sniper, you need its overall strongest loadout.

To see the best loadout for the KV Inhibitor in MW3 Zombies, keep reading my guide below.

Best KV Inhibitor Zombies loadout

  • Laser: SL Razorhawk Laser
  • Optic: Corio Eagleseye 2.5x
  • Stock: Ivanov Wood Stock
  • Magazine: 20 Round Magazine
  • Rear Grip: Broadside Factory Grip
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As with most sniper rifles in MW3, the biggest weakness of the KV Inhibitor is its mobility. It’s slow to bring up and snap onto enemies, which is arguably the most important aspect of a weapon in Zombies. To alleviate those concerns, my loadout for the KV Inhibitor is primarily focused on mobility while also improving one other key stat.

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The loadout starts with the SL Razorhawk Laser, Ivanov Wood Stock, and Broadside Factory Rear Grip. All three of these attachments boost the aim down sights speed, sprint-to-fire time, and movement speed of the KV Inhibitor, making it much more mobile on the map. Then, I have equipped the Corio Eagleseye 2.5x optic to give you a less-obstructed view when aiming in and the 20 Round Magazine. When you Pack-A-Punch the KV Inhibitor, that 20 bullets is doubled to 40, which is more than enough for a sniper rifle.

Best Class Setup for the KV Inhibitor in Zombies

Weapon Slot 2

  • A close-range weapon (WSP Swarm, TYR, Lockwood 680, etc.)


  • Lethal: Molotov
  • Tactical: Experimental Gas/Cymbal Monkey/LT53 Kazimir

Field Upgrade

  • Frenzied Guard

And that does it for the best KV Inhibitor loadout in Zombies. You’ll want to ensure you’re killing zombies from a solid distance, but other than that, the Inhibitor is a solid weapon to use against the undead.

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.