Now, here’s how we see the LC10 as a strong short- to medium-range option in Warzone, as well as our preferred attachments for it:
Optic: The iron sights are solid, making the choice of a sight attachment a matter of preference. Practice with them in other game modes before taking them into Warzone, and you’ll save an attachment slot for other parts.
Muzzle: Suppressor vs. Agency Suppressor is still the battle of the ages here. Because this weapon’s strengths lie in more accurate fire and action out to midranges, we suggest using the Agency Suppressor due to its range, velocity, and recoil benefits.
Barrels: Like the Agency Suppressor, the Task Force Barrel boosts this weapon’s range and velocity to make it more viable in midrange engagements but also adds a bit more Strafe Speed to make you harder to hit as you move side to side more quickly. An alternate attachment that adds bullet velocity and damage range is the Reinforced Heavy Barrel; it doesn’t affect recoil control like the Task Force Barrel, making it more ideal for those who can lose their aim quickly.
Body: As mentioned in previous Warzone weapon breakdowns, Flashlights increase effective range in this game, and with a slow-firing SMG like the LC10, we want all those range benefits to help it compete against assault rifles and other lords of the mid-game. For that reason, we’re using the Tiger Team Spotlight in our build.
Underbarrel: The LC10’s recoil is not too chaotic, but fast-paced players may want to check in here for the SFOD Speedgrip since it boosts sprinting move speed and helps with horizontal recoil. Those opting for pure speed can also pick up the Bruiser or Patrol Grips, two attachments that give movement bonuses with no downsides.
Magazine: SMGs burn through ammo quickly, making it worth your while to consider a Magazine attachment. Here, we went with the STANAG 55 Rnd to have the most ammo per magazine for the weapon; this is ideal for big squad game modes like Trios or Quads, where 30 to 45 rounds may not be enough to wipe an entire enemy team.
Handle: Those who feel like they want quicker ADS speeds may want to consider some Speed Tape. Anything more than this (e.g., SASR Jungle Grip or Serpent Wrap) will have to accept some sprint-to-fire penalties, which may not be ideal for the fast-paced playstyle of an SMG.
Stock: Consider taking the No Stock or Raider Stock attachments for better sprint to fire speeds, especially if you are taking a Handle attachment. That way, you can be quick on the draw after running quickly across the map. Otherwise the SAS Combat Stock is a great choice for those looking to “strafe,” as it provides a solid boost to shooting movement and Aim Walking Movement speeds.
The LC10 may not fit the role of a “traditional SMG,” as true CQB engagements within a few meters may see a shotgun, faster-firing SMG, or even the Nail Gun wresting control of battle.
However, as a backup to a long-range weapon like a Sniper Rifle, the LC10 can hold its own in these situations while also being incredibly viable out to about a few dozen meters. This kind of versatility can be rare among the 100-plus Warzone weapons, and while this weapon is far from being a “do-it-all” gun, it is at least a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to the close- to mid-range meta.
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