Have you tried this Stoner 63 loadout in Season 1 of Warzone Pacific? This deadly light machine gun (LMG) started to feature in the latter stages of Season 6 and there's every chance that it could well establish itself as a popular weapon of choice when dropping into Caldera for the very first time.
Armed with an impressive rate of fire and surprisingly high mobility levels, many overlook the Stoner 63 in favour of a tactical rifle or a high-powered assault rifle.
With the right set of attachments equipped, the Stoner 63 can easily contest with the strongest of ARs in mid-range combat.
Find the best attachments to use on this underrated LMG in this guide!
Stoner 63 Warzone
The Stoner 63 is arguably one of the most underrated weapons that has been added into Warzone.
It’s incredibly easy to control when sustaining fire and thanks to a high rate of fire, it can shred through the armour of an opponent with ease.
The high rate of fire does come at the cost of increased levels of recoil which does hinder its performance in long-distance encounters.
By selecting the right attachment combination, the recoil can be managed, making the Stoner 63 one of the better LMGs to select when dropping into a match.
Stoner 63 Warzone Best Attachments
- Infantry Compensator (Muzzle)
- 21.8” Task Force (Barrel)
- Visiontech 2x (Optic)
- Field Tape (Rear Grip)
- Patrol Grip (Underbarrel)
This set of attachments improves every statistic apart from the rate of fire which is already strong enough. The selection of the task force barrel minimises any damage drop-off at longer ranges, enabling you to take on those long-distance duels easily.
The choice of field tape increases flinch resistance, minimising any kick when taking fire from an opponent while the patrol grip bolsters mobility by increasing movement speed when sprinting.
Best Stoner 63 Warzone Class
MP5 (Modern Warfare)
- Monolithic Integral Suppressor (Barrel)
- 1mW Laser (Laser)
- Granulated Grip Tape (Rear Grip)
- 45 Round Mags (Ammunition)
- Merc Foregrip (Underbarrel)
The MP5 from Modern Warfare has been a reliable secondary weapon for multiple seasons thanks to its deadly rate of fire and impressive damage output despite the addition of a suppressor.
Thanks to the suppressor, it is easy to take down an opponent without alerting anyone else to your location which is ideal in early-game situations.
- Claymore (Lethal)
- Stun Grenade (Tactical)
This unorthodox equipment combination can prove to be very effective when landing in built-up areas of Verdansk and Rebirth Island.
Place the Claymore by a doorway to give an unsuspecting opponent an explosive surprise as they enter the building and utilise the stun grenade to slow down an opponent before taking aim with the Stoner 63 for a quick and easy kill.
- Quick Fix (Perk 1)
- Overkill (Perk 2)
- Tracker (Perk 3)
This loadout thrives when you’re in amongst the action, meaning Perk selection is also important. Quick Fix immediately begins health regeneration once you’ve scored a kill, meaning you can stay in the action for much longer while Overkill gives you the ability to create a loadout with a deadly combination of weaponry to conquer all scenarios.
Tracker enables you to see a trail of footprints left behind by nearby enemies which could lead you towards some straightforward eliminations.