Best Cooper Carbine Loadout in Warzone
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Best Cooper Carbine Loadout in Warzone

The best attachments and loadout for the Cooper Carbine in Warzone
Best Cooper Carbine Loadout in Call of Duty Warzone and Vanguard

The Call of Duty Warzone patch notes released on December 20 introduced some pretty hefty changes to the Cooper Carbine. It has been a popular assault rifle lately and one that Raven Software decided needed some work. Aside from some damage and ADS nerfs, the Vanguard India AR is still a force to be reckoned with. Here’s one of the best Cooper Carbine loadouts in Call of Duty Warzone and Vanguard.

Best Cooper Carbine Loadout in Warzone

  • Muzzle: MX Silencer
  • Barrel: 22″ Cooper Custom
  • Optic: G16 2.5x
  • Stock: Cooper 45W
  • Rear Grip: Leather Grip
  • Magazine: 9mm 60 Round Drums
  • Ammunition Type: Lengthened
  • Underbarrel: Mark VI Skeletal
  • Perks: Brace, Fully Loaded

To start, we’ll be using the MX Silencer for sound suppression and accuracy. The slight decrease in aim down sight speed is fairly negligible, and we all know sound suppression is a must. Compared to the Mercury Silencer, this has the edge because it does not nerf the weapon’s range.

The 22″ Cooper Custom makes this weapon highly accurate and controllable while reducing scope sway, gun bob, and fire rate. These perks will be advantageous in every gunfight, making it the optimal barrel attachment.

As for optics, this is always a personal preference. You can go with something like the G16 2.5x for extended combat range, or you can go a little more up close and personal with something like the Nydar Model 47 or Slate Reflector. 

Next, the Cooper 45W is a solid choice as it improves recoil control when mounted, crouched, or prone. It also slightly helps accuracy and recoil during sustained fire. That means the longer you fire, the higher the accuracy will be. Out of the five stock options, this is a personal favorite.

As far as grips are concerned, there are a lot of options to check out. A solid pick is the leather grip because it helps the aim down sight speed, which we lost a bit of with the muzzle, and aiming stability. The leather grip helps minimize the weight and adds some slight mobility.

We’ll use the 9mm 60 Round Drums for the magazine to boost recoil control and accuracy, fire rate, aim down sight speed, and magazine ammo capacity. Overall, this makes the weapon fire faster with a larger magazine. On a similar note, we’ll also be using the Lengthened ammo type for more bullet velocity.

We’ll go with the Mark VI Skeletal Grip for the final attachment. Overall, this will just help the aim down sight speed a bit. A faster ADS speed due to this light grip will undoubtedly come in handy.

Now we have some decisions to make for the perks. We’ll go with Brace for initial firing and recoil control, as well as Fully Loaded for more starting ammunition. The latter is usually a good option for assault rifles.

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