The best EBR-14 loadout in Warzone
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There are two marksman rifles that players have used above all others so far in Call of Duty: Warzone.

The SA-B 50 and the SP-R 208 have absolutely dominated the class in both Warzone and Modern Warfare 2. Both act more like regular snipers than anything else, with the rest of the class being the traditional marksman rifles. The rest of the class includes the EBR-14 specifically, which is a classic Call of Duty weapon that hasn’t been too popular early on. However, if players want to use the EBR-14 in Warzone, they’ll need its best loadout.

The EBR-14 is a semi-automatic marksman rifle that can three-shot kill players with some proper headshots. The problem with the EBR-14 is that it has high recoil, a low rate of fire, and an inconsistent damage range. In order for the EBR-14 to be worth using over any other gun in Warzone, it will need significant buffs in these areas. Fortunately, we have a set of attachments that do just that in Warzone.

Related: The Best Warzone weapons on Dot Esports.

Best EBR-14 loadout in Warzone

Some Warzone streamers have promoted the EBR-14 due to its time-to-kill potential. As aforementioned, it can three-shot kill enemies with some headshots, which would give it one of the higher TTKs in the entire game. Players simply need to be able to control its recoil and they’ll have a strong long-range gun on their hands.

  • Muzzle: ZLR Talon 5
  • Barrel: 22″ Boremaster Barrel
  • Optic: AIM OP-V4
  • Underbarrel: Phase-3 Grip
  • Magazine: 20 Round Mag

The loadout is kicked off by the ZLR Talon 5 and 22″ Boremaster Barrel. The muzzle and barrel offer huge boosts to the EBR-14’s damage range, recoil control, and bullet velocity. The Phase-3 Grip provides an extra bump to recoil control and stability as well. Rounding out the loadout we have the 20 Round Mag so players don’t have to reload as often and the AIM OP-V4 optic. This sight is great for both mid-range and long-range gunfights.

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.