The best M1 Garand loadout in Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season 1
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Before Call of Duty: Vanguard was released, the M1 Garand was introduced in Warzone to give players a feel for the weapon prior to Season 1. Many players leveled the weapon up and discovered what they thought to be the best loadout. However, after Season 1 began, a new loadout surfaced and players have started using that to dominate with the M1 Garand in Warzone Pacific.

The M1 Garand is a single-shot weapon that can kill quickly. The problem with it is that it can have a high amount of recoil, leading players’ shots to be off target. While that’s still something players should watch out for, the top loadout for the M1 Garand eliminates most of the recoil. It also doesn’t compromise on the gun’s damage range, making for a dangerous weapon on Caldera.

Best M1 Garand loadout in Warzone Pacific

The main attachments that players will equip on their M1 Garand are those that boost recoil. However, there are also attachments that maintain the rifle’s damage range. This allows the M1 Garand to dominate at longer ranges and even compete with some of the top assault rifles in Warzone Pacific.

  • Muzzle: MX Silencer
  • Barrel: Cooper 25” Custom
  • Underbarrel: M1941 Hand Stop
  • Optic: 1229/Slate Custom 3.25x
  • Magazine: .30-06 16 Round Drums
  • Ammunition: Lengthened
  • Rear Grip: Rubber Grip
  • Stock: Cooper Adjustable
  • Proficiency: Vital
  • Kit: Fully Loaded

The loadout begins with the MX Silencer, Cooper 25″ Custom barrel and M1941 Hand Stop. These three attachments, by themselves, help reduce recoil dramatically. That’s also aided by the Rubber Grip and Cooper Adjustable stock.

For damage range purposes, the Vital perk increases the critical hit area on the M1 Garand while Lengthened increases bullet velocity. The final attachments are the 1229/Slate Custom 3.25x scope and the .30-0.6 16 Round Drums, both of which allow the M1 Garand to succeed at long-range.

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.