The best Lachmann 556 loadout in Warzone 2 Season 3
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There are a few different dominant assault rifles in Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Season 3, including the TAQ 56, Kastov 762, and the ISO Hemlock. While these rifles are the cream of the crop in terms of the meta, there are other ARs that can absolutely get the job done for any player. One of the more underrated ARs in Season 3 is the Lachmann 556, which is surprisingly easy to use. The Lachmann 556 has solid stats across the board and is only given a major boost when players use its best loadout in Warzone 2.

Compared to guns like the Kastov 762 and TAQ 56, the Lachmann 556 has inferior damage range and accuracy. While it’s not far off in these stats, they are worse, giving reason as to why the Lachmann hasn’t broken into the mainstream meta. However, those that have used the Lachmann before know that with a little bit of tuning and the right attachments, it can be a solid replacement for Warzone 2’s meta ARs.

To see the full loadout for the Lachmann 556 in Warzone 2, keep reading below.

Best Lachmann 556 loadout in Warzone 2

The Lachmann lacks in the damage range and accuracy departments compared to other ARs; therefore, that’s where the majority of our focus will be in regard to its loadout. With these stats boosted, the Lachmann stands a much better chance against Warzone 2’s top weaponry.

  • Muzzle: Harbinger D20
  • Barrel: 15.9″ Lachmann RAPP Barrel
  • Optic: AIM OP-V4
  • Underbarrel: FTAC Ripper 56
  • Magazine: 60 Round Mag

The Harbinger D20 suppressor and the 15.9″ Lachmann RAPP Barrel kicks off the loadout, increasing recoil control, damage range, and bullet velocity at the cost of mobility. That’s followed up with the FTAC Ripper 56 to further improve accuracy and stability. The optic in use is the popular AIM OP-V4 and we also have the 60 Round Mag equipped to give players plenty of rounds for each gunfight.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.