Attachment Advice for Multiplayer
You’ve got a basic idea of how the weapon works. Now let’s cover what you should consider when picking the Swiss K31’s attachments:
Optic: This depends on how you prefer to engage the enemy. In able hands, its fast handling performs well with low-zoom optics and its iron sights, while 2x through 4x zoom lenses similarly perform well in the midrange. On big maps, go even higher, as long as you’re ready to swap to your secondary weapon when the need arises.
Muzzle: If you like a tight shot, go for something that improves idle sway control. For a low profile, go for muzzle-flash concealment. Stick to the earlier attachments unless these benefits are important to you, as later options inflict steep penalties to Aim Speed and Bullet Velocity.
Barrels: There are some great options here. The first gives a nice 25% boost to Bullet Velocity, a strong recommendation until you unlock the 23.6” Rapid Fire Barrel, improving the weapon’s rechamber speed for more aggressive play. Swiss K31 experts can greatly improve their Damage, Fire Rate, and Bullet Velocity via the final 24.9” Tiger Team attachment.
Body: This category isn’t as essential, though the SOF Target Designator grants a helpful 60% increase to reveal distances while aiming down sights, with no drawbacks.
Underbarrel: Right from the start, the Front Grip offers a powerful 30% boost to vertical and horizontal recoil control, making this a no-brainer. Bump it up to the Bipod later on at a minor sacrifice to sprint speed.
Magazine: Another strong category. Ammo capacity isn’t much of a concern with the Swiss K31, so start with Fast Mags and move up to the 7 Rnd Speed Mag and then the Vandal Speed Loader for extra ammo and rapid reloads.
Handle: The Swiss K31 snaps onto targets reasonably fast, so improvements to your Aim Down Sight (ADS) time isn’t crucial. Consider the Dropshot Wrap instead for added flinch resistance as well as the ability to keep your aim while dropping to prone.
Stock: Start with the Tactical Stock for greater mobility while aiming, and work your way up to the SAS Combat Stock for even greater aiming mobility in addition to a minor boost to your shooting move speed.