Best SP-R 208 Loadout Warzone

So that today we’re back in day time for dance for a bit of sniping with the SPR because ever since this sniper was added to the game, well, technically, it’s a marksman rifle, but I’m just going to keep calling it a sniper. Ever since it was added at the beginning of season six.

I’ve just not been able to put this thing down; it has killer attributes across the board with all the different attachments that you can add to it. And when it comes to long-range sniping, the SPR is an absolute beast. And in my opinion, it’s now better than the HDR, and I love the HDR that things are a perfect sniper, but I think the SPR is now better.

Best SP-R 208 Loadout Warzone Attachments

  1. Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor
  2. Barrel – SP-R 26″
  3. Laser – Tac Laser
  4. Optic – Solozero SP-R 28mm
  5. Ammunition – .300 Norma Mag 5-R Mags

First of all, let me show you the SPR loadout that I’ve been using because there’s one necessary attachment that helps with the long-range combat more than I think anything else you can put on the SPR.

Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor

We start with the monolithic suppressor for that 10% increase to damage range and the 15% increase in the hidden increase to bullet velocity.

Barrel – SP-R 26″

We combine that with the SP-R 26 inch long barrel for further increased damage range and bullet velocity.

Laser – Tac Laser

Then we take the tack laser for benefits to aiming stability and faster ADS times overall, and you’re going to need faster ADS times because

Optic – Solozero SP-R 28mm

You’re going to be using the Solozero SP-R 28mm sniper scope, and that will increase your ADS time. So adding the Tac Laser reduces it back down a little bit. And the Solozero SP-R 28mm scope is the only optic you should be using on the SPR if you’re going for a long-range sniper roll, in my opinion.

Ammunition – .300 Norma Mag 5-R Mags

And then lastly, the killer addition normal ammunition. This is one of two ammo conversions that you can use on the SPR, with the other one being the 338 Lapua ammunition. There’s a subtle difference between the two, and for me, Norma wins the battle every single time. The norma ammunition gives you a flatter trajectory when you’re firing, which means there’s less bullet drop and a long-range. That sort of boost is invaluable. You don’t need to aim as high above the enemy’s heads to land a shot, so really, you’re just thinking about leaving targets as opposed to also aiming above. To calculate bullet drop. It would be best if you still aimed above a bit of a bit when you’re going for like three and 400-meter headshots, but you know it’s not as high as using other ammunition.

And the 338 Lapua, which boosts damage to the lower torso. That’s the only area that the Lapua gives you extra damage over the Norma; that’s more of a benefit, I’d say, in standard multiplayer than it is in Warzone. You’ll also deal with more bullet drops than you do with the norma mags, so bear that in mind. The Norma gives the SPR even more range. I think even though technically it doesn’t give it more range.

The fact that you don’t have to calculate as much bullet drop means that you can aim at people at longer distances, and you’re likely going to hit the target more so and if you use the 338 Lapua and because you don’t have to aim so high on the screen to try and pull off that shot. You are going to be getting more kills with the SPR.

Share on:

Comments are closed.