Best SA87 Loadout Warzone

With Juggernaut still turning up in almost every single match of Warzone at the moment, I have been trying a couple of different loadouts that I think will work best to combat them if we come across one. And the SA87 is one of the most powerful weapons in Warzone against juggernauts. I think despite its slower rate of fire and slower movement speed, and some other weapons. It can be an absolute powerhouse this weapon, and that’s exactly why you need it against the Juggernaut max damage and sustained fire to try and bring them down.

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Now I’ve got a class set up here that I think really suits the role of juggernaut killer, and it works extremely well against normal enemies at the same time. Okay, then let’s build this juggernaut killer SA87 loadout together.

Best SA87 Loadout Warzone Attachments

  1. Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor
  2. Laser – Tac Laser
  3. Stock – FORGE TAC CQB Comb
  4. Ammunition – 60 Round Mags
  5. Optic – PBX Holo 7 Sight

First of all, it is worth considering why we’re taking the SA87; It’s not a weapon you really see all that much in Warzone unless you’re picking it up as ground new and even a live set. It’s good. Let me just quickly explain why we’re starting with it. The default gun with no attachments on it is like the factory version of it. The SA87 max damage range already extends out to 48 meters, and that covers a lot of the ranges on gunfights are happening in; this means that out to 48 meters, you’re doing the max damage of 40 to the chest and 51 to the heads. Bullet velocity also starts at 114 meters per second which is pretty fast for a default gun.

The starting point of the SA87 is very, very good. And in my opinion, it only gets better from here when you start adding attachments.

Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor

And first of all, we go with the one that we never go with the monolithic suppressor; when was the last time I used that. It keeps us off the mini-map as well as grabbing a 10% boost to damage range and a 15% boost to bullet velocity, and that takes bullet velocity up to just shy of 1000 meters per second. And that’s plenty for Warzone.

This means if we don’t want to, we don’t have to take a barrel attachment here on the s 87. That saves weight, and it frees up an attachment slot to use somewhere else. And that’s exactly what we’re doing here. No barrel attachment, and instead, we’re going to focus on one of the weaker points of this gun, the ADS time, and improving that.

Laser – Tac Laser

We’re going to add the TAC laser that reduces ADS time by 67 milliseconds on the SA87. And it gives us some aiming stability benefits at the same time. Of course, we need this gun not only to be powerful at longer ranges like it already is, but it also needs to be able to adapt and work well in the mid-range.

So having that shorter ADS time that helps us get on target faster. If a juggernaut is closing in, you still need to be able to start beaming as soon as possible.

Stock – FORGE TAC CQB Comb

Going even further with the ADS time decreases is also taking the FORGE TAC CQB Comb stock, which shaves another 50 milliseconds of time off of the total ADS animation. And that makes the SA87 feel a lot more responsive in general, and it performs closer to an assault rifle in a Warzone rather than the LMG that it’s classified as in that regard.

I can’t understand why the Odin is classified as an assault rifle, and the SA87 Isn’t classified as an assault rifle. Someone will probably tell me in the comments of this article why that’s the case. I can’t figure it out, but I always like building the SA87 As if it’s an assault rifle for warzone.

Ammunition – 60 Round Mags

Then for our fourth attachment, we’re taking 60 round magazines normally; I’d opt for the 50 rounds on the SA87 to claw back some of that movement speed is still a hefty weapon overall.

But since juggernauts are so rife in games at the moment, those extra 10 bullets could come in very handy if that Juggernaut is out in the open, and you can get more shots on them before they end up taking cover 50 rounds in normal scenarios for the SA87 is absolutely fine though.

Optic – PBX Holo 7 Sight

And then last but not least, you have a decision to make if you’re using the SA87 blueprint with improved iron sights like the ones on the cover of night or blue now. You could stick with those and opt for an underbarrel attachment like the commando or the ranger foregrip to help out with recoil at longer ranges.

However, if you don’t want to use those improved iron sights or you don’t like using iron sights in general, then you can go and use an optic on your SA87. I’m using the PBX Holo 7 Sight; you guys know how much I like the PBX holo, and for the Juggernaut scenario, I like a nice clean optic so I can make sure every bullet is hitting the target if you’re using this gun on console the recoil is going to be difficult to control.

So I would probably suggest taking that underbarrel to help reduce the recoil. But if you’re using it on a PC and maybe you can control recoil a little bit easier, then maybe go for the optic instead.

Hopefully, this content helped you guys out; if it did, let me know by dropping a comment using the comment section down below.

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