Best SVA 545 loadout in MW3 Zombies
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The SVA 545 is a fantastic assault rifle in Call of Duty MW3 Zombies, featuring a unique two-tap mechanic that makes its strongest loadout one of the best in the undead mode.

To see the best loadout for the SVA 545 in MW3 Zombies, keep reading my guide below.

Best SVA 545 Zombies loadout

  • Muzzle: L4R Flash Hider
  • Barrel: SVT Precision Barrel
  • Laser: SL Razorhawk Laser
  • Stock: Markeev R11 Stock
  • Magazine: 60 Round Mag
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The SVA 545 is a high-damage assault rifle that can eliminate an entire horde of zombies in a matter of seconds. However, it does need some beefing up in other areas if you want to make it an even stronger weapon. This includes giving it better mobility and recoil control, which are two stats I immediately address in my loadout.

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I start with the L4R Flash Hider, which increases recoil control and gun kick control dramatically. However, this comes at the cost of aim down sights speed, so we need to bring that back up by using the SL Razorhawk Laser, which boosts ADS speed and sprint-to-fire time. The Markeev R11 Stock also improves those stats along with movement speed, giving you a better chance to run away from zombies when they get too close. Finally, the loadout is wrapped up with the SVT Precision Barrel, which massively boosts damage range and bullet velocity, and the 60 Round Mag. If you Pack-A-Punch the SVA 545, the 60 Round Mag is increased to 120 rounds.

Best Class Setup for the SVA 545 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 SVA 545 loadout in Zombies. The AR doesn’t have a real weakness against the undead, so feel free to use it in any situation you want on Urzikstan.

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.