Over the past few weeks, the RAM-7 assault rifle has emerged as one of the most deadly ARs in Warzone Season 3. Most players are turned off by the RAM-7's rather extreme-looking recoil pattern, which moves vertically for about 8 bullets, and then it kicks sharply to the up and left after that. However, if you can master the timing of this switch and adjust for the recoil, the RAM7 has the potential to dominate most other rifles in the game.
Here is the best setup to use for the RAM7, that will maximize its damage while minimizing the recoil you have to deal with.
Best attachments for RAM7 in Warzone Season 3
- Monolithic Suppressor
- FSS Ranger
- VLK 3.0x optic
- Commando Foregrip
- 50 RND Mags
While at some point Raven Software could introduce more viable playstyles, as of now Warzone still heavily rewards the usage of stealthy attachments like the suppressor. Additionally, the suppressor will help reduce your recoil a tad bit, which is helpful considering how much there is to control on the RAM7.
The FSS Ranger barrel increases the damage range and bullet velocity on this weapon, in exchange for slightly reducing your movement speed. The buffs to damage range and bullet velocity are essential to this long-range focused loadout, plus this barrel event includes a slight improvement to the recoil on this weapon as well.
VLK 3.0x optic
As always, feel free to play with various optics and find the one that is right for you. The VLK 3.0x optic is popular because its crosshairs are easy to use and there isn't much visual recoil while using this optic, making it easy to track targets.
The Commando Foregrip is a very helpful attachment for this weapon since it will reduce your recoil, making it just a little bit easier to control the RAM7's harsh recoil pattern.
50 RND Mags
Why reload more often than you have to? With the 50 RND extended mags, it is much easier to down a target in a single clip, even if they are fully armored.
Aaron is an esports reporter with a background in media, technology, and communication education.