A new season means two new weapons. One is a nice-looking Galil, but the other (that you can see pictured above) is the .410 Ironhide. A cowboy-style underlever shotgun. It is what it is - fun, but not competitive. But if you are going to use one, give yourself every advantage with our setup guide.
What's The Best Attachment Setup For The .410 Ironhide In Warzone?
- Muzzle: Sound Suppressor
- Barrel: 22.3" Reinforced Heavy
- Magazine: 7 Rnd Tube
- Optic: Microflex LED
- Stock: No Stock
This setup is all about keeping maximum range while trying to make quick, accurate follow-up shots. The configuration works very well within 20m, and all the while maintains the inherent advantages in mobility that a shotgun can provide. But don't be fooled, you'll need to pull for something else if your enemies are smart and back off to create distance.
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Secondary, Perks, And Equipment In A .410 Ironhide Loadout
- Secondary: Cold War AK47 spec'd for long-range
- Perk 1: Cold-Blooded
- Perk 2: Overkill
- Perk 3: Combat Recon
- Lethal: Thermite
- Tactical: Stuns
The .410 Ironhide is not strong enough to be a primary weapon, the range and kill potential is too poor. So, we'll use it as a secondary weapon and take the Cold War AK as a primary. But the .410 Ironhide will have its moment in the sun, that's why we've taken stuns over a heartbeat. Especially in squads, you could use an Ironhide to make effective pushes against teams trying to camp. But otherwise, you should keep that AK equipped.