The Mac-10 has been dominating the battlefield in Call of Duty’s battle royale mode. Thanks to its insane rate of fire, no other weapon can compete in close-range situations. While many players like to put their own spin on the weapon attachments, it’s always best to leave it to the professionals to figure out what works. Here’s a look at Aydan’s no recoil Mac-10 loadout in Cold War Warzone.

You’re probably wondering how this differs from the traditional Mac-10 loadout everyone else is running. The main difference comes down to the foregrip and the stock. Most people tend to run the Field Agent foregrip, but Aydan finds the weapon better by taking that off and using No Stock instead. The result is a quicker sprint to fire speed while maintaining the same amount of recoil.

Aydan’s Mac-10 loadout in Cold War Warzone

Here’s a look at Aydan’s no recoil Mac-10 loadout in Cold War Warzone:

  • Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
  • Barrel: 5.9″ Task Force
  • Stock: No Stock
  • Ammunition: STANAG 53 Rnd Drum
  • Rear Grip: Serpent Wrap
Aydan Mac-10 loadout in Cold War Warzone

You are probably already well aware of the fact that the Mac-10 is incredibly overpowered in Warzone. The new Battle Pass weapon gives some early day MP5 vibes with its incredible range, fire rate, and time to kill. Check out the video showcasing his frag highlights.

As we mentioned, the main difference in this loadout is the lack of Field Agent foregrip. At the end of the day, that attachment was only providing about a 6% recoil reduction. It does help, but it’s not all that significant. By switching that out for a No Stock attachment, you’re going to notice a lot better mobility.

Aside from that, if you want to mimic his setup, you’ll be sticking with the Agency Suppressor for sound suppression, 5.9″ Task Force barrel for damage and range, Serpent Wrap for ADS time, and No Stock for Sprint to Fire time.