Best WSP-9 loadout for Ranked Play in MW3
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The WSP-9 is nowhere near a meta option for Ranked Play in Call of Duty MW3, but it’s strong enough to warrant some consideration from players looking for an off-meta option. That goes double for players who equip the bets loadout for the WSP-9 in MW3 Ranked.

To see the best loadout for the WSP-9 in MW3 Ranked Play, keep reading my guide below.

Best WSP-9 Ranked Play loadout in MW3

  • Muzzle: Purifier Muzzle Brake S
  • Barrel: WSP Reckless-90 Long Barrel
  • Stock: WSP Factory Stock
  • Underbarrel: Bruen Heavy Support Grip
  • Rear Grip: Marauder Grip
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This loadout mainly focuses on recoil control, as that’s where the WSP-9 falls short compared to many of the other top SMGs in MW3. Recoil control and gun kick control are massively buffed with the Bruen Heavy Support Grip and Marauder Grip. Then, the Purifier Muzzle Brake S comes in to reduce horizontal recoil, making the WSP-9 move less from side to side when you’re firing it.

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The rest of the loadout prioritizes other stats. The WSP Reckless-90 Long Barrel buffs damage range and bullet velocity while the WSP Factory Stock increases mobility and overall movement speed.

Best Class Setup for the WSP-9 in Ranked Play

Finally, I have the recommended class elements you need to equip for Ranked, which all follow the competitive ruleset in MW3.


  • Infantry Vest

Secondary Weapon

  • Renetti


  • Gloves – Assault Gloves or Quick-Grip Gloves
  • Boots – Covert Sneakers or Tactical Pads
  • Gear – Tac Mask or EOD Padding


  • Lethal – Frag Grenade or Semtex Grenade
  • Tactical – Stun Grenade or Smoke Grenade

Field Upgrade

  • Trophy System
  • Dead Silence

And that does it for the best WSP-9 loadout in MW3 Ranked Play. It’s not going to blow away the meta guns in Ranked, but the WSP-9 can be an underrated choice if you play aggressively.

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.